laminated

adjective
lam·​i·​nat·​ed | \ ˈla-mə-ˌnā-təd How to pronounce laminated (audio) \

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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He might be inspired by a laminated floral tablecloth, say. Vogue, "8 Ways Demna Gvasalia Disrupted Fashion at Vetements—Not Least of All By Walking Away," 16 Sep. 2019 So teachers wear cords around their necks with little laminated pictures giving basic instructions. Catherine Porter, New York Times, "1 Neighborhood. 24 Kindergarten Classes. 40 Languages. (Some Miming Helps.)," 29 June 2018 The laminated dough will rest in between each fold and will be repeated three times. Kristen Massad, Dallas News, "What to bake this weekend: Morning buns with cinnamon, sugar and lots of butter," 26 July 2019 People who sign up for the database will be given a laminated card and a sticker to identify their household as a resident with autism. Johnny Diaz, sun-sentinel.com, "Margate police join Autism outreach program," 23 July 2019 The laminated cards attached to scooters do not specify that The 606 is off-limits. Mary Wisniewski, chicagotribune.com, "Lots of rides but broken rules: Chicago’s scooter pilot gets off to a rough start," 27 June 2019 Everyone who attended received laminated cards explaining correct pronoun usage. Emily Flitter, New York Times, "Being Transgender at Goldman Sachs," 21 June 2019 Khachapuri is a sweet version of a traditionally savory cheese and egg pie; Engel fills a laminated dough pocket with hazelnut pastry cream and poached apricots (the resemblance to an egg yolk is intentional), topped with tarragon ice cream. Phil Vettel, chicagotribune.com, "Review: Galit delivers a Middle Eastern masterpiece from James Beard-winning chef Zach Engel," 14 June 2019 Each visit comes with a booklet introducing the 35 species represented at the cafe, as well as a laminated photo of you with one of the birds at the end of your visit. Davey Young, Condé Nast Traveler, "What to Do in Akihabara: Our Guide," 5 Mar. 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 How to pronounce laminated (audio) \

Medical Definition of laminated

: composed or arranged in layers or laminae laminated membranes

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