Definition of rubberized
: coated or saturated with rubber or a rubber solution
Recent Examples of rubberized from the Web
Dubbed the Retro ThinkPad Initiative, the laptop will have a black rubberized coating, as opposed to the slick carbon or plastic on most current models, Hill said.
These were little silver flakes embedded beneath a rubberized clear-coat, so that a Sting-Ray seat shone like the kitchen linoleum in a Mop & Glo commercial.
Walkers and joggers tend to stick to the blue rubberized paths on the trail's flanks.
After all, the bouncing of a basketball and squeak of gym shoes on wood beats hearing the muffled sounds on a rubberized surface any day.
After all, the bouncing of a basketball and squeak of gym shoes on wood beats hearing the muffled sounds on a rubberized surface any day. Elgin coach Mike Sitter is eager to see what the entire project will look like when it's completed in October.
The case arose from an application the church submitted in 2012 to take part in Missouri’s scrap tire grant program, which reimburses the cost of installing a rubberized playground surface made from recycled tires.
The Swedish outerwear label Stutterheim and the Danish designer Henrik Vibskov have teamed up on a very Scandi-chic raincoat with oversize graphics created through an advanced patchwork method of double-welding pieces of rubberized fabric ($375).
Engineers eventually questioned the benefits of rubberized roads.
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RUBBERIZED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rubberized for English Language Learners
: coated or soaked with rubber
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