teak

One of the hardest, strongest and most durable furniture timbers of all. True teak is from India and Burma, but other similar woods are wrongly called teak. It is usually golden-brown in colour and darkens with age to medium and deep brown, sometimes with dark markings. It is slightly oily and smells leathery. It is so hard that cabinet-makers ofte …...

teak

[n] - hard strong durable yellowish-brown wood of teak trees 2. [n] - tall East Indian timber tree now planted in western Africa and tropical America for its hard durable wood
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Teak

A strong and durable wood that doesn't shrink much and is comparatively easy to work. Valuable for many purposes on account of the small amount of shrinkage which takes place with seasoning.
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Teak

A dark, heavy, oily wood of great strength and durability, usually a distinct rich reddish brown in colour.
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Teak

Teak noun [ Malayalm tekku .] (Botany) A tree of East Indies ( Tectona grandis ) which furnishes an extremely strong and durable timber highly valued for shipbuilding and other purposes; also, the timber of the tree. [ Written also teek .] African teak , a tree (...
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teak

<botany> A tree of East Indies (Tectona grandis) which furnishes an extremely strong and durable timber highly valued for shipbuilding and other purposes; also, the timber of the tree. ... Alternative forms: teek African teak, a tree (Oldfieldia Africana) of Sierra Leone; also, its very heavy and durable wood; called also African oak. New Zel...
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teak

Tectona grandis noun tall East Indian timber tree now planted in western Africa and tropical America for its hard durable wood
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teak

noun hard strong durable yellowish-brown wood of teak trees; resistant to insects and to warping; used for furniture and in shipbuilding
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Teak

• (n.) A tree of East Indies (Tectona grandis) which furnishes an extremely strong and durable timber highly valued for shipbuilding and other purposes; also, the timber of the tree.
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teak

large deciduous tree of the family Verbenaceae, or its wood, one of the most valuable timbers. Teak has been widely used in India for more than 2,000 ... [6 related articles]
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teak

teak, tall deciduous tree (Tectona grandis) of the family Verbenaceae (verbena family), native to India and Malaysia but now widely cultivated in other tropical areas. Unfortunately, the wood of plantation teak is considered inferior to that of wild teak; consequently the wild populations are being ...
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Teak

Teak is the timber of the teak tree (Tectona grandis), and mainly comes from Myanmar (Burma). Teak is a moderately heavy, hard wood that is easily worked and tends not to shrink, warp or swell. Teak timber is resistant to termites and contains natural oils that retard decaying of the timber.
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Teak

Teak (Tectona grandis) is a tropical Asian timber tree of the family Verbenaceae.
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teak

Tropical Asian timber tree with yellowish wood used in furniture and shipbuilding. (Tectona grandis, family Verbenaceae.)
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Teak

Teak (k) is a tropical hardwood tree of species Tectona grandis. The species is placed in the family Lamiaceae. Tectona grandis is a large, deciduous tree that is dominant in mixed hardwood forests. It has small, fragrant white flowers and papery leaves that are often hairy on the lower surface. It is sometimes known as the `Burmese Teak ( မြ....
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Teak

Tropical hardwood popular for ship building and outdoor furniture construction.
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