shuttering


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shut·ter

 (shŭt′ər)
n.
1. One that shuts, as:
a. A hinged cover or screen for a window, usually fitted with louvers.
b. A mechanical device of a camera that controls the duration of a photographic exposure, as by opening and closing to allow light coming through the lens to expose a plate or film.
2. shutters Music The movable louvers on a pipe organ, controlled by pedals, that open and close the swell box.
tr.v. shut·tered, shut·ter·ing, shut·ters
1. To furnish or close with shutters: locked the doors and shuttered the windows.
2. To cause to cease operations; close down: shuttered the store for the holiday.

shuttering

(ˈʃʌtərɪŋ)
n
(Building) another word (esp Brit) for formwork
References in periodicals archive ?
They said that roof an under-construction shop was collapsed as laborers were engaged in shuttering of second story of the building.
They said that shuttering of first story was underway while the laborers were asked to start work on shuttering of the second story.
Shocked passers-by managed to lift the shuttering enough so she could wriggle free.