• Interleaf

    Pronunciation

    • noun:
      • UK: IPA: /ˈɪntəliːf/
      • US: enPR: ĭnʹtər-lēf, IPA: /ˈɪntɚliːf/
    • verb:
      • UK: IPA: /ɪntəˈliːf/
      • US: enPR: ĭn-tər-lēfʹ, IPA: /ɪntɚˈliːf/

    Full definition of interleaf

    Noun

    interleaf

    (plural interleaves)
    1. A leaf, often of tissue paper or other thin paper, inserted between the pages of a book to protect illustrations.
    2. A sheet of paper or cardboard, placed between layers on a pallet to create a cohesive structure.''If you stack high columns of these boxes without using interleafs they'll fall apart.

    Verb

    1. Same as interleave

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