A structural material made of layers of wood glued together, usually with the grains of adjoining layers at right angles to each other.(noun)
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Use "plywood" in a sentence
"The mount holding the monitor to the plywood is a low profile VESA I bought at best buy for around 20$."
"The hospital, housed in plywood buildings, is clean but cramped — think M*A*S*H — and lacks the high-tech equipment of the American facility."
"These buildings are designed to be resold, so there is a kitchen unit installed, which I am sure is fabulous, but it is covered in plywood so that we silly athletes won't ruin it for resale."