corrugate corrugate  /ˈkɔ rə ˌɡeɪt/


  • (v) fold into ridges


  1. In 1856 the English started to use corrugated paper for sweatband linings in stovepipe hats.
  2. Today Le Petit Vaticantwo gray concrete buildings with corrugated roofs sits at a rural crossroad in the French village of Clmery.
  3. For several months the two poets toured the fishy, subArctic, volcanic island, sat around in its corrugated-iron farmhouses and dumpish hotels.


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    on August 27, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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