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plaster pronunciación
noun
1 a material consisting of lime, sand and water that is applied to walls when soft and dries to form a hard smooth surface.
2 a strip of material, usually with a lint pad and an adhesive backing, that is used for covering and protecting small wounds. Also called sticking plaster.
3 plaster of Paris.
verb (plastered , plastering )
1 to apply plaster to (walls, etc).
2 (usu plaster something with or on something) colloq to coat or spread thickly plaster gel on one's hair plaster one's hair with gel .
3 to fix something with some wet or sticky substance hair plastered to his skull .
4 (often plaster something with something) to cover it liberally walls plastered with pin-ups .
[Anglo-Saxon in an early sense of noun 2; 13c as noun 1: from French plastre , both from Latin plastrum , from Greek emplastron salve, from en on + plassein to mould or apply as a plaster]
plastering noun .
plastery adjective .


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