Cover (a wall, ceiling, or other structure) with plaster
Coat or cover something with (a substance), esp. 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
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
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
The powder from which such a substance is made
A bandage on which a poultice or liniment is spread for application
An adhesive strip of material for covering cuts and wounds
a mixture of lime or gypsum with sand and water; hardens into a smooth solid; used to cover walls and ceilings
apply a heavy coat to
cover conspicuously or thickly, as by pasting something on; "The demonstrators plastered the hallways with posters"; "She let the walls of the apartment be beplastered with stucco"
plaster of Paris: any of several gypsum cements; a white powder (a form of calcium sulphate) that forms a paste when mixed with water and hardens into a solid; used in making molds and sculptures and casts for broken limbs
affix conspicuously; "She plastered warnings all over the wall"
poultice: a medical dressing consisting of a soft heated mass of meal or clay that is spread on a cloth and applied to the skin to treat inflamed areas or improve circulation etc.
Plaster is an electro-jazz band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Their sound has been compared to such artists as Amon Tobin, Kruder & Dorfmeister and Medeski Martin & Wood. ...
(Plasters) An adhesive bandage, also called a sticking plaster (and also known by the genericized trademarks Band-Aid or Elastoplast) is a small dressing used for injuries not serious enough to require a full-size bandage.
(plastered) Coated with plaster; Drunk, intoxicated
(Plastering) A smooth finish which is laid onto a brick or block wall which can be decorated.
(Plastering) It means either the addition of substances such as calcium sulfate before fermentation in order to increase acidity, or calcium carbonate to reduce acidity. ...
(Plastering) The art or skill of applying various materials over surfaces producing both exterior and interior walls, ceilings and other surfaces in the construction or remodeling of buildings, homes and other structures. (Source: Plastering Skills)
(Plasters) A reproduction of the die impression obtained by clamping the two dies together and filing the finish impressions with plaster. This is generally part of the initial dimensional inspection and approval process, when beginning the total process of producing new parts from new dies.
(Plasters) Many products on the market fit under this category. They are usually applied at some point in the application process by using a hand held trowel tool. By using various sizes of flat blade trowels or specialty tools various surface textures can be achieved. ...
(Plasters) are designed for external application; the medicinal agent is usually spread on cloth.
A labor-intensive and more costly wall finish.
To dream of seeing walls plainly plastered, denotes that success will come, but it will not be stable. To have plaster fall upon you, denotes unmitigated disasters and disclosure. To see plasterers at work, denotes that you will have a sufficient competency to live above penury.
A mixture of white cement and white marble dust used as an interior finish, which can be tinted, colored or left white; applied to the gunite or shotcrete of a pool or spa.
Used in interior stone installations to adhere the anchors in place as well as to fill butt jointed stone.
1) Shortened name for plaster of Paris which is composed of calcium sulfate hemihydrate. It is also called calcined gypsum. 2) A powder that forms a pasty mixture with water and dries to a hard impenetrable solid. Plaster is made using several formulations. ...
Any semisolid plastic mixture that could be applied to a a surface and then spontaneously cured or hardened. One of the oldest plasters is a mixture of slake lime (Ca(Oh)2), sand, and hair. The term also was used to refer to impure lead oleate (Pb(C18H33O2)2).
TROUBLES: there are TWO substances, one called "plÃ¢tre" and another called "gipse" in French (gypsum?). The later has a chemical formula CaSO4.nH2O (without H2O it's called "anhydrite", and is blueish). If you know more about it, please let me know! ...
Plaster has been used in the Shahi Mosque.
The British term for “adhesive bandage”. Most Americans call this a “Band-Aid” after the popular brand name. It can also refer to the stuff you put on your walls (drywall is not nearly as prevalent in the UK as it is in the US).
What did the painter say to the wall? "One more crack and I'll plaster you!"