Definition of laminated
1 : laminate 1
2a : composed of layers of firmly united materialb : made by bonding or impregnating superposed layers (as of paper, wood, or fabric) with resin and compressing under heat
Recent Examples of laminated from the Web
Danish pastry is a laminated dough, meaning that butter is distributed throughout the dough to create a flaky effect.
His design features nine modified boulders, some of which are bisected with laminated glass.
As coral disappears, so will the Florida Keys' economy PICKLES REEF, Fla. -- Twenty feet under water, Nature Conservancy biologist Jennifer Stein swims over to several large corals and pulls several laminated cards from her dive belt.
There, Florida Coach Kevin O’Sullivan studied the laminated chart in his hands while Rivera waited.
Laminated signs bearing the missing persons phone number are tied to the fence next to notices from happier times advertising the Summer Fete with its barbecue, children's games and giant slide.
Laminated signs bearing the missing persons phone number are tied to the fence next to notices from happier times advertising the Summer Fete with its barbecue, children’s games and giant slide.
Laminated signs bearing the phone number for a missing persons hotline are tied to the fence.
Juan Carlos Osorio opens an ordinary-looking binder with laminated sheets of paper inside.
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First Known Use of laminated
LAMINATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of laminated for English Language Learners
: made by pressing together thin layers of material
: covered with a thin layer of clear plastic for protection
LAMINATED Defined for Kids
Definition of laminated for Students
: made of thin layers of material firmly joined together laminated wood
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