Ply

A term to denote the number of thicknesses or layers of roofing felt, veneer in plywood, or layers in built-up materials, in any finished piece of such material.
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Ply

- A term to denote the number of layers of roofing felt, veneer in plywood, or layers in built-up materials, in any finished piece of such material.
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ply

[n] - one of the strands twisted together to make yarn or rope or thread 2. [n] - (usually in combination) one of several layers of cloth or paper or wood as in plywood 3. [v] - apply oneself diligently 4. [v] - travel a route regularly 5. [v] - wield vigorously 6. [v] - use diligently
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Ply

• (v.) A fold; a plait; a turn or twist, as of a cord. • (v. t.) To lay on closely, or in folds; to work upon steadily, or with repeated acts; to press upon; to urge importunately; as, to ply one with questions, with solicitations, or with drink. • (v. t.) To bend. • (v.) Bent; turn; direction; bias. • (v. t.) To employ dil...
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ply

noun (usually in combinations) one of several layers of cloth or paper or wood as in plywood
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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 a list of nominally flat polygons. A variety of properties can be stored includi...
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Ply

[game theory] In two-player sequential games, a ply refers to one turn taken by one of the players. The word is used to clarify what is meant when one might otherwise say `turn`. `Turn` is problematic since it means different things in different traditions. For example, in standard chess terminology, one move consists of a turn by each play...
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Ply

Ply intransitive verb 1. To bend; to yield. [ Obsolete] « It would rather burst atwo than plye Chaucer. « The willow plied , and gave way to the gust.» L'Estrange. 2. To act, go, or work diligently and steadily; especially, t...
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Ply

Ply noun [ Confer French pli , from plier . See Ply , v. ] 1. A fold; a plait; a turn or twist, as of a cord. Arbuthnot. 2. Bent; turn; direction; bias. « The late learners can not so well take the ply B...
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Ply

Ply transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Plied ; present participle & verbal noun Plying .] [ Middle English plien , French plier to fold, to bend, from Latin plicare ; akin to Greek ..., German flechten...
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ply

1. To bend. 'As men may warm wax with handes plie.' (Chaucer) ... 2. To lay on closely, or in folds; to work upon steadily, or with repeated acts; to press upon; to urge importunately; as, to ply one with questions, with solicitations, or with drink. 'And plies him with redoubled strokes' (Dryden) 'He plies the duke at morning and at night.' (Shak)...
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Ply

A layer of felt in a built-up roof membrane system. A four-ply membrane system has four plies of felt.
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ply

A layer.
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Ply

A single thickness of steel forming part of a structural joint.
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Ply

A spun length of fiber that is combined with others to form a plied yarn.
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Ply

A term to denote the number of layers of roofing felt, veneer in plywood, or layers in built-up mate
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Ply

An individual layer of a laminated material.
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Ply

Constituent single layer used in fabricating or occurring within a composite structure. Also, the number of single yarns twisted together to form a plied yarn.
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Ply

Load transmitting part of a bolted connection.
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ply

One layer of a laminated sheet
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Ply

Ply is Dorset slang for to bend.
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Ply

Refers to the amount of layers included in a fabric creation, such as 2 or 3 ply. This can be the face fabric thread count, or refer to additional membranes
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Ply

Term used or each of the individual threads that make up a strand of floss. The chart for a project should indicate the number of plies used for each of the stitches.
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Ply

The number of layers of roofing: i.e. one-ply, two-ply.
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Ply

The number of single yarns used to create ply yarn. It may also refer to the number of ply yarns used to make cord.
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