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corrugate, corrugates; corrugated; corrugating (verbs)
1. To fold into parallel ridges and troughs, or to fold something; such as, a sheet of cardboard into parallel ridges and troughs.
2. Etymology: from Latin corrugatus, past participle of corrugare, "to wrinkle"; from com-, cor-, "together, with" + rugare. "to wrinkle".
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