woodchip
Noun

woodchip

  1. A small mechanically produced piece (chip) of wood, generally from 0.5 to 10 cm in diameter, used primarily as raw material for pulp, paper and construction boards, as well as fuel and mulch.
  2. A small fibre of wood; especially such material as used to make ingrain wallpaper, aka woodchip wallpaper. See Wikipedia article on ingrain wallpaper.
Translations
  • German: Holzschnitzel, Holzhackschnitzel, Holzspan
  • Spanish: fragmento de madera, trozo de madera
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