Plywood (Crossword clue)

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This page shows answers to the clue Plywood, followed by ten definitions like “A laminate made of thin layers of wood”, “Manufactured panel of wood widely used in building” and “Wood composite made of at least three layers, or plies”. A synonym for Plywood is three-ply wood.

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Definitions of “Plywood”
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• Wood composite made of at least three layers, or plies
• Plyboard a laminate made of thin layers of wood
• A panel of wood that is made from multiple layers of veneer
• Laminated wood in sheet form, with alternate laminations
• A piece of wood made of three or more layers of veneer joined with glue
• A panel (normally 4' X 8') of wood made of three or more layers of veneer
• - A panel (normally 4' X 8') of wood made of three or more layers of veneer
• A strong, light wood composite made of layers of veneer glued with their grain alternately at right angles
• Manufactured wood made from a series of alternating layers of wood veneer with the grain perpendicular to each other for strength
• The grain of each sheet is laid at right angles to that of the layers above and beneath to increase strength and prevent warping

Synonyms of “Plywood”
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three-ply wood


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