laminated

adjective
lam·i·nat·ed | \ˈla-mə-ˌnā-təd \

Definition of laminated 

2a : composed of layers of firmly united material

b : made by bonding or impregnating superposed layers (as of paper, wood, or fabric) with resin and compressing under heat

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The day kicked off in a sterile conference room where Upstream had taped laminated placards to the walls with questions trainees may hear from patients: Will the implant move under my skin? Kayla Webley Adler, Marie Claire, "The IUD Vs. The World," 28 June 2018 Visitors to Russia applied for a laminated Fan ID photo card to bypass entry visa rules. Graham Dunbar, The Seattle Times, "Crowds in Moscow make Qatar rethink 2022 World Cup plans," 9 July 2018 There is a new acoustic windshield on SE models, and laminated front-row side windows on Limited models. G. Chambers Williams Iii, Houston Chronicle, "Toyota Sienna gets some upgrades for 2018, including new front end," 7 July 2018 The laminated white cedar home stretches 8 by 24 feet and weighs 5,700 pounds. Liz Stinson, Curbed, "Solar-powered houseboat takes tiny living on water," 3 July 2018 But the cabin is well soundproofed, including a laminated windshield and active noise control through the audio system. Mark Maynard, sandiegouniontribune.com, "2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid: When mileage and elegance matter," 15 May 2018 At its front doors, a laminated photo of Ellis in uniform rests atop a black bourbon barrel streaked with thin blue lines. Matthew Glowicki, The Courier-Journal, "Who killed Bardstown Officer Jason Ellis? 5 years later, nobody knows," 22 May 2018 The Arc is not fully waterproof, but there is a waterproof side pocket for your phone or camera, and the PU laminated zippers tend to keep your goods dry in light rain. Alex Tzelnic, Outside Online, "The Heimplanet 20L Arc Is a Nearly Perfect Daypack," 24 May 2018 Laundry supplies Pair a laundry bag, soap, fabric softener, a laminated sheet with laundry instructions and a bucket of quarters. Suzanne Lambert, USA TODAY, "5 gifts for the new grad in your life," 14 May 2018

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First Known Use of laminated

1665, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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laminated

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of laminated

: made by pressing together thin layers of material

: covered with a thin layer of clear plastic for protection

laminated

adjective
lam·i·nat·ed | \ˈla-mə-ˌnā-təd\

Kids Definition of laminated

: made of thin layers of material firmly joined together laminated wood

laminated

adjective
lam·i·nat·ed | \ˈlam-ə-ˌnāt-əd \

Medical Definition of laminated 

: composed or arranged in layers or laminae laminated membranes

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