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wood pulp

n.
Pulp made from wood, used especially to make paper.

wood pulp

n
1. (Elements & Compounds) wood that has been ground to a fine pulp for use in making newsprint and other cheap forms of paper, and in the production of hardboard
2. (Elements & Compounds) finely pulped wood that has been digested by a chemical, such as caustic soda, and sometimes bleached: used in making paper

wood′ pulp`


n.
wood reduced to pulp through various treatments for use in manufacturing certain kinds of paper.
[1865–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wood pulp - wood that has been ground to a pulp; used in making cellulose products (as rayon or paper)
pulp - a mixture of cellulose fibers
Translations
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wood pulp

npasta di legno

wood

(wud) noun
1. (also adjective) (of) the material of which the trunk and branches of trees are composed. My desk is (made of) wood; She gathered some wood for the fire; I like the smell of a wood fire.
2. (often in plural) a group of growing trees. They went for a walk in the woods.
3. a golf-club whose head is made of wood.
ˈwooded adjective
(of land) covered with trees. a wooded hillside.
ˈwooden adjective
made of wood. three wooden chairs.
ˈwoody adjective
1. covered with trees. woody countryside.
2. (of a smell etc) of or like wood.
ˈwood carving noun
the art of carving wood.
ˈwoodcut noun
a print made by pressing a block of wood with design cut on it onto paper.
ˈwoodcutter noun
a person whose job is felling trees.
ˈwoodland noun
land covered with woods. a stretch of woodland.
ˈwoodlouseplural ˈwoodlice noun
a tiny creature with a jointed shell, found under stones etc.
ˈwoodpecker noun
a type of bird which pecks holes in the bark of trees, searching for insects.
ˈwood pulp noun
pulp from wood that can be used for making paper.
ˈwoodwind (-wind) noun
(in an orchestra, the group of people who play) wind instruments made of wood.
ˈwoodwork noun
1. the art of making things from wood; carpentry. He did woodwork at school.
2. the wooden part of any structure. The woodwork in the house is rotting.
ˈwoodwormplurals ˈwoodworm, ~woodworms noun
the larva of a certain type of beetle, which bores into wood and destroys it.
out of the wood(s)
out of danger.
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