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Definitions for cardboard
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cardboard, composition boardadjective
a stiff moderately thick paper
"cardboard caricatures of historical figures"
A wood-based material resembling heavy paper, used in the manufacture of boxes and signs.
Etymology: card + board
Cardboard is a generic term for heavy paper-based products. The construction can range from a thick paper known as paperboard to corrugated fiberboard which is made of multiple plies of material. Natural cardboards can range from grey to light brown in color, depending of the specific product; dyes, pigments, printing, and coatings are available. The term "cardboard" has general use in English and French, but the term cardboard is deprecated in commerce and industry as not adequately defining a specific product. Material producers, container manufacturers, packaging engineers, and standards organizations, use more specific terminology.
a stiff compact pasteboard of various qualities, for making cards, etc., often having a polished surface
The numerical value of cardboard in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of cardboard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of cardboard in a Sentence
And at that time it was not really passport, it was a piece of cardboard called an exit visa.
Once we saw the bags of trash go inside the cardboard containers, we sent a notification to the people on site via text message, letting them know that they should remove it before the truck comes the next morning and telling them that putting trash in the recycling container is a form of contamination, which they should not do in the future.
Just imagine having a fresh pepper to bite into after months of eating cardboard.
It feels like I'm forcing Megan Birchall to eat cardboard for the sake of it.
Operations Manager Henry Healy:
Obviously the cardboard cut-outs that we have here are phenomenally popular.
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Translations for cardboard
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- Karton, PappeGerman
- cartulina, cartónSpanish
- pahvi, kartonkiFinnish
- cairt-bhòrdScottish Gaelic
- ստվարաթուղթ, կարտոնArmenian
- 厚紙, 段ボール, 板紙Japanese
- კარტონი, მუყაოGeorgian
- KartrongLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- các tôngVietnamese
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