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mortar

noun   /ˈmɔː.tər/
[no plural] a mixture of sand, water, and cement or lime that is used to fix bricks or stones to each other when building walls argamasa 323
a large gun with a short, wide barrel (= a part shaped like a tube) that fires bombs or other explosives very high into the air, or an explosive device shot from such a gun mortero 161
a hard, strong bowl in which substances are crushed into a powder by hitting or rubbing them with a pestle (= heavy tool) mortero, almirez Use a pestle and mortar to crush the spices.910
(Definition of mortar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mortar

noun /ˈmoːtə/
a mixture of cement, sand and water, used in building eg to hold bricks in place. mortero, argamasa
(Definition of mortar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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