joist

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A piece of timber laid horizontally, or nearly so, to which the planks of the floor, or the laths or furring strips of a ceiling, are nailed; -- called, according to its position or use, binding joist, bridging joist, ceiling joist, trimming joist, etc
To fit or furnish with joists
{n} a small beam to support floors
a simple timber, steel, or precast-concrete beam supporting floor boards or ceiling lath
{f} put floor beams in place
Wall-to-wall timber beams to support floor boards
One of a series of parallel timber beams used to support floor and ceiling loads, and supported in turn by larger beams, girders, or bearing walls; the widest dimension is vertically oriented
A piece of timber laid horizontally, or nearly so, to which the planks of the floor, or the laths or furring strips of a ceiling, are nailed; called, according to its position or use, binding joist, bridging joist, ceiling joist, trimming joist, etc
A floor or ceiling support member supported by foundation walls, piers or beams Subflooring is connected to floor joists
Floor support beam
A secondary horizontal structural member, usually supported by a beam at each end, and itself supporting a floor, ceiling, or roof
A heavy piece of horizontal lumber for support of flooring or ceilings
A floor or ceiling support member supported by foundation walls, piers or beams Sub flooring is connected to floor joists
A structural load-carrying member with an open web system which supports floors and roofs utilizing hot-rolled or cold-formed steel and is designed as a simple span member
A plane for smoothing the surfaces of pieces which are to be accurately joi
One of a series of parallel boards or planks used to form a floor or ceiling onto which the floor or ceiling surface is attached
beam used to support floors or roofs To fit as if by joints; to coalesce as joints do; as, the stones joint, neatly
A projecting or retreating part in something; any irregularity of line or surface, as in a wall
Part of the framing that provides the structure for a floor In most homes, floor joists are made of 2x8s or larger lumber set on edge and spaced 16 inches apart, from center to center
beam used to support floors or roofs
One of a series of parallel framing members used to support floor and ceiling loads, and supported in turn by larger beams, girders, or bearing walls
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A floor or ceiling support member supported by foundation walls, piers or beams Sub-flooring is connected to floor joists
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One of a group of light, closely spaced beams used to support a floor deck or flat roof
Wooden 2 X 8's, 10's, or 12's that run parallel to one another and support a floor or ceiling, and supported in turn by larger beams, girders, or bearing walls
Having joints; articulated; full of nodes; knotty; as, a jointed doll; jointed structure
A beam used for supporting floor or roof
{i} beam that supports a floor
One of a series of horizontal wood members used to support a floor, ceiling or roof
A solid wooden member used to support the floor decking The size and number of joists depend on the loading capacity requirements for the specified unit
Joists are long thick pieces of metal, wood, or concrete that form part of the structure of a building, usually to support a floor or ceiling. = beam. To construct with joists. one of the beams that support a floor or ceiling (giste, from jacere )
The main framing supports in a floor or ceiling system
One of a series of parallel beams, usually 2 inches in thickness, used to support floor and ceiling loads, and supported in turn by larger beams, girders, or bearing walls
A secondary structural member used repetitively to support floors or ceilings, usually spanning between beams or walls
Parallel framing member installed horizontally to support floor and ceiling loads
One who, or that which, joints
Beams supporting the boards of a floor on the laths of a ceiling
A narrow piece of scenery used to join together two flats or wings of an interior setting
Parallel, horizontal boards laid edgewise from wall to wall to support the boards of a floor or ceiling
-A horizontal beam that supports the weight of a floor or ceiling
floor joist
joist that supports a floor
joists
Small, parallel timbers that complete the floor frame
joists
third-person singular of joist
joists
The horizontal support members used in constructing a floor
joists
A framing member, often a 2" x 10" piece of lumber, which is usually spaced every 16" to 24" and supports the sub-floor and flooring The joist is usually 'sits' on a load barring wall or a Beam
joists
Horizontal timbers, beams or bars supporting a floor
joists
A structural framing member, such as a 2" x 10" piece of lumber, which is usually spaced every 16" to 24" apart Floor joist supports the sub-floor and flooring Ceiling joist holds the ceiling sheetrock or wallboard The joist runs perpendicular to beams
joists
Horizontal support members for ceilings or floors
joists
A structural framing member, such as a 2" x 10" piece of lumber, which is usually spaced every 16" to 24" and supports the sub-floor and flooring The joist runs perpendicular to beams
joist

    التركية النطق

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    النطق

    /ˈʤoist/ /ˈʤɔɪst/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'joist ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English joiste, from Middle French giste, from Vulgar Latin jacitum, from Latin jacEre to lie; more at ADJACENT.

    الازمنة

    joists, joisting, joisted

    كلمة اليوم

    beestings
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