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cor·ru·gate

 (kôr′ə-gāt′, kŏr′-)
v. cor·ru·gat·ed, cor·ru·gat·ing, cor·ru·gates
v.tr.
To shape into folds or parallel and alternating ridges and grooves.
v.intr.
To become shaped into such folds or ridges and grooves: "Now the immense ocean ... sensed the change. Its surface rippled and corrugated where sweeping cloud shadows touched it" (John Updike).

[Latin corrūgāre, corrūgāt-, to wrinkle up : com-, com- + rūgāre, to wrinkle (from rūga, wrinkle).]

cor′ru·gate′, cor′ru·gat′ed (-gā′tĭd) adj.
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corrugated

(ˈkɒrəɡeɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Building) folded into furrows and ridges
2. (Building) made of corrugated iron or some other material made in a corrugated pattern: a wooden shed with a corrugated roof.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.corrugated - shaped into alternating parallel grooves and ridges; "the surface of the ocean was rippled and corrugated"
furrowed, rugged - having long narrow shallow depressions (as grooves or wrinkles) in the surface; "furrowed fields"; "his furrowed face lit by a warming smile"
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corrugated

adjective furrowed, channelled, ridged, grooved, wrinkled, creased, fluted, rumpled, puckered, crinkled sheets of corrugated iron
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Translations
مُمَوَّج، مُضَلَّـع
vlnitý
bølge-bølget
corruguéondulé
hullám-
bárujárn
gofruotas
gofrētsrievots
oluklu

corrugated

[ˈkɒrəgeɪtɪd]
A. ADJondulado
B. CPD corrugated cardboard Ncartón m ondulado
corrugated iron Nhierro m ondulado, calamina f (LAm)
corrugated paper Npapel m ondulado
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corrugated

[ˈkɒrəgeɪtɪd] adj
[metal] → ondulé(e)
corrugated cardboard → carton m ondulé
[roof] → en tôle onduléecorrugated iron ntôle f ondulée
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corrugated

adjgewellt; corrugated cardboarddicke Wellpappe
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corrugated

[ˈkɒrəˌgeɪtɪd] adjondulato/a, increspato/a
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corrugated

(ˈkorəgeitid) adjective
shaped into ridges. corrugated iron.
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References in classic literature ?
"This autograph consists of the delicate lines or corrugations with which Nature marks the insides of the hands and the soles of the feet.
"The Skip of the Tip-Toe-Hop, a Romance of the Middle Ages, by the celebrated author of `Tittle-Tol-Tan,' to appear in monthly parts; a great rush; don't all come together." All this they read with saucer eyes, and erect and primitive curiosity, and with unwearied gizzard, whose corrugations even yet need no sharpening, just as some little four-year-old bencher his two-cent gilt-covered edition of Cinderella -- without any improvement, that I can see, in the pronunciation, or accent, or emphasis, or any more skill in extracting or inserting the moral.
Frowning with a double amount of intention, if not of corrugation, he (carefully) drew the sword from its sheath, and pointed it at Maggie.
I used to learn all these feat by heart yonder, down at Pierrefonds, and I have done all that he did except breaking a cord by the corrugation of my temples."
This increase is due to bending deformation of wave corrugations form and limited to loss of elastic properties at extreme deflection.
Instead of using a different medium, corrugations, arrays of small cylinders, and holes are formed on the surface of dielectric which act as if they were a medium with lower refractive indices [4].
From the experimental investigation point of view, Frederick and Bugden investigated and surveyed the problem in detail, including the influence of steel grade, metallurgical structures of corrugations, and type of locomotive, as well as the effects of grinding and initial rail roughness [5].
Fortunately I was able to climb up the corrugations on the inside and escape, running home leaving a watery trail down the flagstones.
Another solution is to add corrugations on the top of the patches in order to capacitively load the parallel-plate waveguide, since the field of the first mode is concentrated mainly in that region for such "mushroom" structures [14] (see also Fig.
Newburg noted the corrugations are consistent with previous theoretical research that supports the idea that a dwarf galaxy or dark matter going through the Milky Way would produce the same rippling effect.
Many small-sized corrugations compared to the size of the jet engine are inserted into the waveguide cavity.