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A thick, soft, moist substance, usually produced by mixing dry ingredients with a liquid,
  1. Coat with paste
    • - when coating walls with fabric, paste the wall, not the fabric
  2. Fasten or stick (something) onto something with paste
    • - ads are pasted on the walls
  3. Insert (text) into a document

  4. Beat or defeat severely
    • - he pasted the guy and tied his ankles together
  1. A thick, soft, moist substance, usually produced by mixing dry ingredients with a liquid
    • - blend onions, sugar, and oil to a paste
  2. A substance such as this that is used as an adhesive, esp. for sticking paper and other light materials
    • - wallpaper paste
  3. A mixture consisting mainly of clay and water that is used in making ceramic ware, esp. a mixture of low plasticity based on kaolin for making porcelain

  4. A hard vitreous composition used in making imitation gems
    • - paste brooches

  1. glue: join or attach with or as if with glue; "paste the sign on the wall"; "cut and paste the sentence in the text"
  2. any mixture of a soft and malleable consistency
  3. a hard, brilliant lead glass that is used in making artificial jewelry
  4. hit with the fists; "He pasted his opponent"
  5. an adhesive made from water and flour or starch; used on paper and paperboard
  6. spread: a tasty mixture to be spread on bread or crackers or used in preparing other dishes
  7. Paste is an album by punk rock band Alien Father. It is a compilation of previous work released only to friends and new material.
  8. A Paste is a small pastry produced in the state of Hidalgo in central Mexico and available in the surrounding area. Pastes are stuffed with a variety of fillings including potates and ground beef, apples, pineapple, sweetened rice, or other typical Mexican ingredients, such as tinga and mole. ...
  9. Paste was a monthly music and entertainment magazine published in the United States by Paste Media Group LLC. Its tagline is "Signs of Life in Music, Film and Culture."
  10. In physics, a paste is a substance that behaves as a solid until a sufficiently large load or stress is applied, at which point it flows like a fluid. In rheological terms, a paste is an example of a Bingham plastic fluid.
  11. "Paste" is a 5,800-word short story by Henry James first published in Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly in December, 1899. James included the story in his collection, The Soft Side, published by Macmillan the following year. James conceived the story as a clever reversal of Maupassant's "The Necklace".
  12. paste is a Unix command line utility which is used to join files horizontally (parallel merging) by outputting lines consisting of the sequentially corresponding lines of each file specified, separated by tabs, to the standard output. ...
  13. A soft mixture, in particular:; Specifically, one of flour, fat, or similar ingredients used in making pastry; Specifically, one of pounded foods, such as fish paste, liver paste, or tomato paste; Specifically, one used as an adhesive, especially for putting up wallpapers, etc; A substance that ...
  14. (Pastes) Ointments in which powder is suspended.  Pastes are drying and less greasy than ointments.
  15. (Pastes) Combination of solid lubricants with oil for easy application of thin lubricating film.
  16. (Pasting) A method of drying where wet leather is pasted onto a glass or steel plate and then allowed to dry in controlled conditions - often a tunnel with various chambers adjusted to fit the planned removal of moisture. Most used with side leather. ...
  17. (Pasting) John has run into trouble in a particular section of music. The teacher has worked with him and helped him make some changes. There is an improvement. However the teacher decides s/he wants to make some additional changes, again with the intention of helping John. ...
  18. to insert text, or other material, from the clipboard or copy buffer.
  19. To copy an object from a buffer (or clipboard) to a file. In word processing, blocks of text are moved from one place to another by cutting and pasting.
  20. An adhesive made from starch or flour such as rice or wheat, generally prepared by heating together a mixture of starch and water and subsequently cooling the resulting product. This in turn may be diluted with water to produce the required texture. ...
  21. Sticky substance, usually made from flour and water, used to stiffen material for corsets and petticoats.
  22. A term for imitation gemstones. Fine jewelry was often imitated in finely made copies to protect the wearer from theft, and these were referred to as "paste".
  23. To take material previously copied to the Windows Clipboard and put it in a document or, similarly, to place a whole file in a new location after copying it.
  24. the mixture of water, clay and temper from which pottery is made.
  25. not the gluey stuff, but pieces of glass cut and colored to look like gems, form of imitation that dates back to the 17th century. Though technically costume jewelry, many paste pieces were often exquisitely made and set into precious metals.