glass fibre Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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glass fibrenoun [U or C]

UK (US glass fiber) uk   us  
a ​stronglightmaterial made by ​twisting together ​smallthreads of ​glass and ​plastic, used ​especially for ​structures such as ​cars and ​boats, or one of these ​smallthreads
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