dampcourse


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dampcourse

(ˈdæmpˌkɔːs)
n
(Building) a horizontal layer of impervious material in a brick wall, fairly close to the ground, to stop moisture rising. Also called: damp-proof course
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dampcourse

[ˈdæmpˌkɔːs] nstrato m isolante antiumido inv
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QMY HOUSE is very old and I believe the walls are mass concrete with no dampcourse.
PENSIONERS in Wirral are being warned to watch out for cowboy dampcourse companies which are preying on the elderly.
Fe'i broliwyd am roi gwaith i sawl un yn ystod llymder y Tridegau, ac fe gafodd y teitl crand, The Dampcourse King