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Translation of "plaster" - English-Spanish dictionary

plaster

noun /ˈplaːstə/
(also adjective ) (of) a substance put on walls, ceilings etc which dries to form a hard smooth surface revoque, enlucido He mixed up some plaster to repair the wall a plaster ceiling. (also adjective ) (also plaster of Paris) (of) a similar quick-drying substance used for supporting broken limbs, making models etc yeso She’s got her arm in plaster a plaster model. (also sticking-plaster; Band-AidAmerican ) (a piece of) sticky tape (sometimes with a dressing) used to cover a wound etc esparadrapo, tirita You should put a plaster on that cut. plasterer noun a person whose job is to put plaster on walls, ceilings etc. yesero plastic /ˈplӕstik/ noun, adjective (of) any of many chemically manufactured substances that can be moulded when still soft plástico This cup is made of plastic a plastic cup. plastic surgery noun (medical ) surgery to repair or replace damaged skin, or to improve the appearance usually of the face (nounplastic surgeon) cirugía plástica She had to undergo plastic surgery after the accident. plastic wrap noun (American ) a thin transparent material that you use to cover food in order to keep it fresh; clingfilm(British) Film Plástico
(Definition of plaster from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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