- v. present participle of laminate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Forming, or separating into, scales or thin layers.
“The rims or framing are built by the method known as laminating (see Fig. 23 in chapter on the The Glued Joint), after which they are veneered on the face sides.”
“Her technique included "laminating" the hair by laying colored pieces of fake hair onto clear tape, resulting in a futuristic look.”
“They also played a part in tasks such as laminating wood for desks, bookshelves and cupboards.”
“He has written over 100 articles on laminators laminating supplies, binding machines, binding covers, binding supplies, and more.”
“Each mouse pad kit will include a special textured laminating pouch and a blank mouse pad that has an adhesive side (just peel and stick).”
“Each mouse pad kit usually comes with ten mouse pads and ten special laminating pouches.”
“The first step is to put the photo or print inside the laminating pouch and use your laminator to laminate it.”
“However, you will need a high quality laminator that is capable of doing a good job of laminating photos and different thicknesses of laminating films.”
“Also considering “laminating” the top side with contact paper for waterproofing … perhaps folding down excess contact paper over rough edge.”
“The only time-consuming part is laminating the pages!”
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