laminated

adjective lam·i·nat·ed \ ˈla-mə-ˌnā-təd \
|Updated on: 16 Jun 2018

Definition of laminated

1 : laminate 1
2 a : 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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First Known Use of laminated

1665

in the meaning defined at sense 1

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LAMINATED Defined for English Language Learners

laminated

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

laminated

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

Definition of laminated for Students

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

Medical Dictionary

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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