chipboard
chipboard chipboard n. a cheap hard material made from wood chips that are pressed together and bound with synthetic resin.

Syn: hardboard. [WordNet 1.5]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • Chipboard — may refer to: A type of paperboard generally made from reclaimed paper stock; the term generally used in the US White lined chipboard, a grade of paperboard Particle board, a type of engineered wood known as chipboard in some countries This… …   Wikipedia

  • chipboard — ► NOUN ▪ material made from compressed wood chips and resin …   English terms dictionary

  • chipboard — [chip′bôrd΄] n. a board made by compressing wood pulp, sawdust, and chips with a resin binder …   English World dictionary

  • chipboard — /chip bawrd , bohrd /, n. 1. a low grade of cardboard, used as a backing for pads of paper, a stiffener for photographs in mailing, etc. 2. a thin, stiff sheet material made from wastepaper. 3. a type of board made from compressed waste wood… …   Universalium

  • chipboard — hardboard hard board n. a cheap hard material made from wood chips that are pressed together and bound with synthetic resin to form sheets, used in construction and various other purposes; called also {particle board} and {chipboard}. Syn:… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chipboard — [[t]tʃɪ̱pbɔː(r)d[/t]] N UNCOUNT Chipboard is a hard material made out of very small pieces of wood which have been pressed together. It is often used for making doors and furniture …   English dictionary

  • chipboard — noun Date: 1919 a cardboard usually made entirely from wastepaper …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • chipboard — noun A building material made from wood chips compressed and bound with synthetic resin …   Wiktionary

  • Chipboard — Заменитель картона …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • chipboard — chip|board [ˈtʃıpbo:d US bo:rd] n [U] a type of board made from small pieces of wood pressed together with glue …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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