English to Macedonian Meaning :: corrugate

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Corrugate :
ребраста
- ребрастабрановидниcorrugatescorrugating
 
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Verb(1) fold into ridges

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(1) This is one of the drawbacks to corrugated metal culverts as well.(2) Neumann proved this with many of his very realistic settings, where he uses secondhand cloths or materials like carton or corrugated iron.(3) In towns, more houses are built with imported materials such as concrete block and corrugated iron.(4) Mask an iron roof or corrugated asbestos roof with an evergreen climber.(5) On the pitched and gabled roof she swept debris from the channels of the corrugated tin.(6) Far below glittered a blue pie-slice of Mediterranean, corrugated by wind, with the leaning red sails of fishing craft.(7) It's in a corrugated metal building that used to be a garage.(8) Some people play washboards with their bare fingers on the corrugated surface.(9) The material was part of the corrugated material which made up the roof of the old function hall.(10) Thinking that the cub was unable to stand because of the smoothness of the concrete floor of the cage, the zoo staff made a corrugated surface for Chandu to stand on.(11) They have no land or houses, just low, corrugated iron structures that serve as houses.(12) In 1954 I straightened out a piece of corrugated cardboard with a surface area of a square meter.(13) Laying the bottles on the kind of corrugated tin or iron used for roofs works particularly well.(14) On the edges of the cities families huddle together in corrugated iron shacks, and the streets are ankle-deep in water during the rainy season.(15) The shed, which contained the forge, was not a very well built structure, being made entirely of corrugated iron sheet, but it was sturdy enough for what it was used for.(16) Further on you see more permanent structures of wood or corrugated iron.
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1. corrugated ::
брановидни
2. wavy ::
брановидна
3. waved ::
мавтаа
5. crisp ::
јасни
Different Forms
corrugate, corrugated, corrugates, corrugating
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