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- n. Lumber that is finished/planed and cut to standardized width and depth specified in inches.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. lumber for building, etc., cut to the sizes usually in demand, or to special sizes as ordered.
- n. lumber, usually of pine, which is sold as beams or planks having a specified nominal cross-section, usually in inches, such a two-by-four, two-by-six, four-by-four, etc.
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