A powdery substance made by calcining lime and clay, mixed with water to form mortar or mixed with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete,
Attach with cement
wooden posts were cemented into the ground
Settle or establish firmly
the two firms are expected to cement an agreement soon
(of a material) Bind (particles) together in sedimentary rock
A powdery substance made by calcining lime and clay, mixed with water to form mortar or mixed with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete
A soft glue that hardens on setting
An element that unites a group of people
traditional entertainment was a form of community cement
A substance for filling cavities in teeth
A thin layer of bony material that fixes teeth to the jaw
The material that binds particles together in sedimentary rock
make fast as if with cement; "We cemented our friendship"
concrete pavement is sometimes referred to as cement; "they stood on the grey cement beside the pool"
a building material that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay; used with water and sand or gravel to make concrete and mortar
cover or coat with cement
something that hardens to act as adhesive material
any of various materials used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth
In the most general sense of the word, a cement is a binder, a substance that sets and hardens independently, and can bind other materials together. ...
Cement is the self-titled debut album by Cement, released by the Dutch East India Trading label in 1993 (see 1993 in music).
Charles Henry "Chuck" Mosley (born January 27, 1958 in Hollywood, California) is an American singer and songwriter. Mosley was the frontman of the band Faith No More for their first two albums, We Care a Lot and Introduce Yourself.
Cement is a 1999 crime drama-thriller film directed by Adrian Pasdar and written by Justin Monjo. The film, which is a contemporary re-telling of Othello, was shot in Los Angeles, California, USA, and was Pasdar's first film as director.
The term cement in geology means the fine-grained minerals which bind the coarser-grained matrix in sedimentary rocks. Such cements are typically composed of calcite, quartz or clay minerals.
Cement (Russian: Цемент) is a Russian novel by Fyodor Gladkov (1883-1958). Published in 1925, the book is arguably the first in Soviet Socialist Realist literature to depict the struggles of post-Revolutionary reconstruction in the Soviet Union.
A powdered substance that develops strong adhesive properties when mixed with water; The paste-like substance resulting from mixing such a powder with water; Any material with strong adhesive properties; A particular type or brand of cement; To affix with cement; To ensure an outcome
(Cemented) Hard; little affected by moistening.
(Cemented) The components of most small achromatic lenses are glued together ('cemented' together) with a transparent adhesive. Canada balsam was the traditional adhesive, but it has been somewhat replaced by modern, UV-curing adhesives.
(Cementing) The application of a liquid slurry of cement and water to various points inside or outside the casing.
(Cementing) The operation whereby a cement slurry is pumped into a drilled hole and/or forced behind the casing.
(Cementing) The process of placing cement to provider a seal against subsurface waters.
(cementing) Weather proofing a lead came panel with a grout or stained glass putty.
The gray powder that is the "glue" in concrete. Portland cement. Also, any adhesive.
A special type of glue used to hold a crown in place. It also acts as an insulator to protect the tooth's nerve.
In dentistry, material used to provide a seal and to cement restorations and appliances to teeth.
Usually refers to portland cement which when mixed with sand, gravel, and water forms concrete. Generally, cement is an adhesive; specifically, it is that type of adhesive which sets by virtue of a chemical reaction.
A hydraulic mixture, without aggregate, consisting of a calcined mixture of clay and pulverized limestone.
unvulcanized raw or compounded rubber in a suitable solvent used as an adhesive or sealant.