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corrugated

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈkɒrəɡeɪtɪd/
Corrugated metal or cardboard has parallel rows of folds that look like waves: a corrugated iron roofPatterns and shapes
Translations of “corrugated”
in Arabic مُموّج…
in Korean 물결 모양의…
in Malaysian berombak-ombak…
in French ondulé…
in Turkish oluklu…
in Italian ondulato…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指鐵板或紙板)波紋狀的,有瓦楞的…
in Russian рифленый, гофрированный…
in Polish falisty…
in Vietnamese có nếp…
in Spanish corrugado, ondulado…
in Portuguese ondulado, corrugado…
in Thai มีพื้นผิวเป็นลูกฟูก…
in German gewellt…
in Catalan ondulat…
in Japanese 波型の…
in Indonesian bergelombang…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指铁板或纸板)波纹状的,有瓦楞的…
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