The other day a friend of mine said that her dog was "Laminating," I had to look it up. The only thing in my mind when I hear the word laminating is the extra layer of clear plastic to protect some important documents.
Turns out, to my surprise, lamination has a few different meanings, so I had to throw it into the Three-Way Thursday mix.
Laminate (v): To separate and split into thin layers.
Laminate (v): To form metal into a thin plate.
Laminate (v): To cover or overlay.
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