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wattle and daubnoun [U]

uk   /ˌwɒt.l̩.əndˈdɔːb/  us   /ˌwɑː.t̬l̩.əndˈdɑːb/
a ​mixture of ​sticks, ​earth, and ​clay, used in some ​parts of the ​world as a ​buildingmaterial: The ​walls of timber-framed ​houses were often made of ​wattle and ​daub. [before noun] a wattle-and-daub ​hut
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Translations of “wattle and daub”
in Chinese (Simplified) 抹灰篱笆墙,泥笆墙(一些地方用作建筑材料)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抹灰籬笆牆,泥笆牆(一些地方用作建築材料)…
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