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- n. A material made from wood chips or shavings, which are compressed and bonded with resin and formed into stiff sheets, often laminated with melamine, and used in building or making furniture.
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- n. Same as fiberboard.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. wallboard composed of wood chips or shavings bonded together with resin and compressed into rigid sheets
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In a cattle shed somewhere in West Yorkshire stands a large fibreboard panel, carefully wrapped up.
I obsessively hummed the tetris theme song, and a fibreboard table was flung.
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Additionally, there is widespread growing of linseed, with the oil used for paint products and a co-adhesive in popular fibreboard.
Barney has been constructed from medium-density fibreboard, fibreglass and aluminium.
I once flooded a newer cupboard with shelves made of fibreboard and that means disaster, since fibreboard turns to papier mache when wet.
Pity my toolbox only contains a hammer, screws, and the little keys that IKEA gives you with every piece of fibreboard.
Thepod is a temporary geodesic housing structure made out of folded and stiffened fibreboard.
Following treatment with 5 and 10 ppm of fenoxycarb, or 14 ppm of malathion, the rice lots were placed in fibreboard bins in a metal store.
Papers and fibreboard are very susceptible to changes in the humidity of storage.
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