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  1. plaster

    • IPA[ˈplastər]

    美式

    • n.
      a soft mixture of lime with sand or cement and water for spreading on walls, ceilings, or other structures to form a smooth hard surface when dried;a hard white substance made by the addition of water to powdered and partly dehydrated gypsum, used for holding broken bones in place and making sculptures and casts
    • v.
      cover (a wall, ceiling, or other structure) with plaster.;coat or cover something with (a substance), especially to an extent considered excessive
    • noun: plaster, plural noun: plaster of Paris

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    名詞

    • 1. a soft mixture of lime with sand or cement and water for spreading on walls, ceilings, or other structures to form a smooth hard surface when dried strip away the plaster to expose the bare brick the crumbling plaster ceiling 同義詞 plasterwork, stucco, trademarkArtex, rarepargeting, parging
    • a hard white substance made by the addition of water to powdered and partly dehydrated gypsum, used for holding broken bones in place and making sculptures and casts he had both arms in plaster a small plaster statue of Our Lady 同義詞 plaster of Paris, gypsum
    • the powder from which plaster is made.
    • 2. British an adhesive strip of material for covering cuts and wounds waterproof plasters a large piece of plaster on her forehead 同義詞 adhesive dressing, dressing, bandage, sticking plaster, trademarkElastoplast, ... 更多
    • dated a bandage on which a poultice or liniment is spread for application.

    動詞

    • 1. cover (a wall, ceiling, or other structure) with plaster. 同義詞 cover thickly, smother, spread, smear, cake, ... 更多
    • coat or cover something with (a substance), especially to an extent considered excessive a face plastered in heavy makeup
    • make (hair) lie flat by applying a liquid to it his hair was plastered down with water 同義詞 flatten (down), smooth down, slick down, sleek down
    • apply a plaster cast or medical plaster to (a part of the body).
    • cover a surface with (large numbers of pictures or posters) the store windows are plastered with posters
    • present a story or picture conspicuously and sensationally in (a newspaper or magazine) her story was plastered all over the December issue
    • bomb or shell (a target) heavily.
    • adj.
      very drunk: I went out and got totally plastered

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      very drunk: I went out and got totally plastered

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a piece of flexible material with an adhesive backing for covering cuts or small wounds.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      sticking plaster made of silk or other cloth with an adhesive such as isinglass.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a person who makes a show of being without moral faults or human weakness, especially in a ... she is no plaster saint—she acknowledges her faults and is quick to ask forgiveness

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a person who makes a show of being without moral faults or human weakness, especially in a ... she is no plaster saint—she acknowledges her faults and is quick to ask forgiveness

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a poultice made with mustard.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an adhesive bandage, available in a roll or as individual patches.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈplɑːstə]

    英式

    • n.
      a soft mixture of sand and cement and sometimes lime with water, for spreading on walls, ... strip away the plaster to expose the bare brick the crumbling plaster ceiling
    • v.
      cover (a wall, ceiling, or other structure) with plaster: the inside walls were plastered and painted the old windows have been filled and plastered over

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