scaffolding


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scaf·fold·ing

 (skăf′əl-dĭng, skăf′ōl′-)
n.
1. A scaffold or system of scaffolds.
2. Materials used for constructing scaffolds.

scaffolding

(ˈskæfəldɪŋ)
n
1. a scaffold or system of scaffolds
2. (Building) the building materials used to make scaffolds

scaf•fold•ing

(ˈskæf əl dɪŋ, -oʊl-)

n.
1. a scaffold or system of scaffolds.
2. materials for scaffolds.
[1300–50]

Scaffolding

 a framework.
Example: scaffolding of words, 1718.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.scaffolding - a system of scaffoldsscaffolding - a system of scaffolds    
scaffold - a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers
system - instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity; "he bought a new stereo system"; "the system consists of a motor and a small computer"

scaffolding

noun
A temporary framework with a floor, used by workmen:
Translations
سِقالاتسِقالات خَشَبِيَّه
lešení
stillads
rakennustelineet
skele
vinnupallar
足場
비계
gradbeni oder
byggnadsställning
นั่งร้าน
iskeleyapı iskelesi
giàn giáo

scaffolding

[ˈskæfəldɪŋ] Nandamio m, andamiaje m

scaffolding

[ˈskæfəldɪŋ] néchafaudage m

scaffolding

nGerüst nt; to put up scaffoldingein Gerüst aufbauen

scaffolding

[ˈskæfldɪŋ] nimpalcatura

scaffold

(ˈskӕfəld) noun
a raised platform especially for use formerly when putting a criminal etc to death.
ˈscaffolding noun
an erection of metal poles and wooden planks used by men at work on (the outside of) a building.

scaffolding

سِقالات lešení stillads Baugerüst σκαλωσιά andamiaje rakennustelineet échafaudage skele impalcatura 足場 비계 steiger stillas rusztowanie andaime леса byggnadsställning นั่งร้าน iskele giàn giáo 脚手架
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In the excess of his zeal he had accompanied the cart containing the scaffolding as far as the king's window, and one of the crossbeams fell on his leg and broke it.
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This is what is to be read, on the subject of his dramatic triumphs, in 1483, in the accounts of the "Ordinary:" "To Jehan Marchand and Pierre Gringoire, carpenter and composer, who have made and composed the mystery made at the Chãtelet of Paris, at the entry of Monsieur the Legate, and have ordered the personages, clothed and dressed the same, as in the said mystery was required; and likewise, for having made the scaffoldings thereto necessary; and for this deed,--one hundred livres.
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