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cement

noun [no plural]   /sɪˈment/
a powder used in building that is mixed with water to make a hard substance cemento
verb   /sɪˈment/
to make something such as a relationship, a belief, or a position stronger cimentar It was that day that really cemented our friendship.
( also cement over) to cover something with cement fijar con cemento, revestir de cemento
(Definition of cement from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cement

noun /səˈment/
a mixture of clay and lime (usually with sand and water added) used for sticking things (eg bricks) together in building and to make concrete for making very hard surfaces cemento a bag of cement.
any of several types of glue adhesivo a tube of plastic cement.
a substance used to fill cavities in teeth empaste If the crown is lost, apply dental cement to the tooth to protect it.
cement mixer noun
a machine with a revolving drum in which water and cement are mixed together. hormigonera
(Definition of cement from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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