[ ɪmpˈɜːməbə͡lnəs], [ ɪmpˈɜːməbəlnəs], [ ɪ_m_p_ˈɜː_m_ə_b_əl_n_ə_s]
How to use "Impermeableness" in context?
1. Impermeability is the ability of a material to resist penetration by water or other fluids. This can be a physical property or a property of the material's surface.
2. Impermeability can be a desirable feature for materials used in the construction industry, for example, because it can make it difficult for water, gas, or other fluids to leak from a structure.
3. Impermeable materials can also be used as protective barriers against the environment. For example, an impermeable material could be placed between the soil and water to keep them separate.
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