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damp coursenoun [C]

uk   /ˈdæmp ˌkɔːs/ us   /ˈdæmp ˌkɔːrs/ also damp-proof course UK
a layer of material that is put in the bottom of a wall in order to stop water from rising through the bricks
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in Chinese (Simplified) (用于墙基下的)防潮层,防潮隔离层…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於牆基下的)防潮層,防潮隔離層…
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