plastering


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plas·ter·ing

 (plăs′tər-ĭng)
n.
1. A layer or coating of plaster.
2. Informal A resounding defeat; a beating.

plastering

(ˈplɑːstərɪŋ)
n
(Building) a coating or layer of plaster
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.plastering - the application of plasterplastering - the application of plaster    
application, coating, covering - the work of applying something; "the doctor prescribed a topical application of iodine"; "a complete bleach requires several applications"; "the surface was ready for a coating of paint";
pargeting, pargetting - ornamental plastering
Translations

plastering

[ˈplɑːstərɪŋ] Nenlucido m

plastering

n
(= plasterwork)Verputz m, → Bewurf m; (action) → Verputzen nt
(= stucco)Stuck m, → Stuckarbeit f, → Stuckatur f
(= application of plaster)Gipsen nt; (Med) → Eingipsen nt
References in classic literature ?
The plastering had here, in great measure, resisted the action of the fire - a fact which I attributed to its having been recently spread.
One of the wig-making villains lathered my face for ten terrible minutes and finished by plastering a mass of suds into my mouth.
He attempted to obviate this by plastering himself from head to foot with mud, but this dried and fell off.
As a result of the system, fences were out of repair, gates were hanging half off the hinges, doors creaked, window-panes were out, plastering had fallen but was not replaced, weeds grew in the yard.
A glow from the fire threw red hues over the bare floor, the cracked and soiled plastering, and the overturned and broken furniture.
The said education, according to her ideas, consisted in teaching him to play boston, to hold his cards properly, and not to let others see his game; to shave himself regularly before he came to the house, and to wash his hands with good cleansing soap; not to swear, to speak her kind of French, to wear boots instead of shoes, cotton shirts instead of sacking, and to brush up his hair instead of plastering it flat.
And seeing this, the Cabbage- climber took a clod of mud and hurled it at the Mouse, plastering all his forehead and nearly blinding him.
Herein Mrs Plornish limited her remark to the plastering trade, and spoke without reference to the Circumlocution Office and the Barnacle Family.
I was then curious, indeed, to see it; and when I came to it, it was nothing but this: it was a timber house, or a house built, as we call it in England, with lath and plaster, but all this plastering was really China ware--that is to say, it was plastered with the earth that makes China ware.
REDCAR and Cleveland College student Rob Johnson's plastering talents have been recognised on the world stage.
The interior plastering works include plaster work plaster and cement.