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View synonyms for lamination

lamination

[ lam-uh-ney-shuhn ]

noun

  1. act or process of laminating; the state of being laminated. laminated.
  2. laminated laminated structure; arrangement in thin layers.
  3. a lamina.


lamination

/ ˌlæmɪˈneɪʃən /

noun

  1. the act of laminating or the state of being laminated
  2. a layered structure
  3. a layer; lamina
  4. one of a set of iron plates forming the core of an electrical transformer
  5. geology laminar stratification, typically shown by shales


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Word History and Origins

Origin of lamination1

First recorded in 1670–80; laminate + -ion
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Example Sentences

Even her famous eyebrows have remained largely untouched, having survived the pencil-thin trend of the early 2000s to witness the current era of bushy lamination.

To be clear, its larger bezels, lack of lamination and antireflective coating on the screen, and slower Lightning port certainly show their age next to the more modern design language of the iPad Pro, iPad Air, and just-refreshed iPad mini.

The interior graphene lining is also made from 100 percent recycled fibers, and all lamination is done with water-based adhesives.

Beveled edges and lamination help keep this sheer plastic ruler in shape and durable.

The axis and perforation are at right angles to the plane of lamination.

A disadvantage of the slotted core is, however, that it usually necessitates the lamination of the pole-pieces.

One of these parallel changes is the increased lamination of the cheekteeth.

The lamination of a glacier is a peculiarly interesting case of cleavage.

I found also fine masses of mica imbedded in quartz, edge upwards, and so compact that its lamination was not perceptible.

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