single-ply[´siʃgəl¸plai] adj еднослоен.

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  • single-ply roof — noun A roof system in which the principal roof covering is a single layer of flexible membrane often thermoset or thermoplastic …   Wiktionary

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  • ply — ply1 plyingly, adv. /pluy/, v., plied, plying. v.t. 1. to work with or at diligently; employ busily; use: to ply the needle. 2. to carry on, practice, or pursue busily or steadily: to ply a trade. 3. to treat with or apply to (something)… …   Universalium

  • ply — I [[t]plaɪ[/t]] v. plied, ply•ing 1) to work with diligently; employ busily; wield: to ply the needle[/ex] 2) to carry on, practice, or pursue busily or steadily: to ply a trade[/ex] 3) to assail repeatedly or persistently: to ply horses with a… …   From formal English to slang

  • Ply — A ply is a strand layer of material, such as yarn, rope, plastic, wood, or paper. Plywood is so called because it is a laminate of several thin layers of wooden material. Two ply toilet paper has two separable layers, each about as thick as… …   Wikipedia

  • ply — I. /plaɪ / (say pluy) verb (plied, plying) –verb (t) 1. to use; employ busily, or work with or at: to ply the needle. 2. to carry on, practise, or pursue: to ply a trade. 3. to treat with something repeatedly applied: I plied the fire with fresh… …  

  • PLY (file format) — PLY is a computer file format known as the Polygon File Format or the Stanford Triangle Format.The format was principally designed to store three dimensional data from 3D scanners. It supports a relatively simple description of a single object as …   Wikipedia

  • ply — ply1 [plī] vt. plied, plying [ME plien < OFr plier < L plicare, to fold < IE base * plek , to entwine > FLAX] Now Rare to bend, twist, fold, or mold vi. Obs. to bend or submit n. pl. plies [MFr pli < the v.] 1 …   English World dictionary

  • ply — 1 verb past tense and past participle plied 1 (intransitive always + adv/prep, transitive) literary if a vehicle or boat plies between two places or across a place it makes that journey regularly (+ between/across etc): Small fishing boats plied… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • single — /sing geuhl/, adj., v., singled, singling, n. adj. 1. only one in number; one only; unique; sole: a single example. 2. of, pertaining to, or suitable for one person only: a single room. 3. solitary or sole; lone: He was the single survivor. 4.… …   Universalium

  • ply — I. verb (plied; plying) Etymology: Middle English plien, short for applien to apply Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to use or wield diligently < busily plying his pen > b. to practice or …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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