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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
Translations of “cement”
in Korean 시멘트…
in Arabic أسْمَنْت…
in French ciment, amalgame…
in Italian cemento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 建築材料, 水泥…
in Russian цемент…
in Turkish çimento…
in Polish cement…
in Portuguese cimento…
in German der Zement, der Klebstoff, der Zahnzement…
in Catalan ciment…
in Japanese セメント…
in Chinese (Simplified) 建筑材料, 水泥…
(Definition of cement from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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