caulker

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English - Turkish
kalafatçı
(isim) kalafatçı
caulk
kalafat et
caulk
kalafatlamak
caulk
kalafat etmek
caulk
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caulk
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English - English
A person who caulks various structures (as ships) and certain types of piping
A tool used for caulking ships; a caulking iron
{i} one who stops up leaks, one who makes watertight; one who puts calks on a horse's hoof to prevent slipping
A person who caulks ships
caulk
To apply caulking to joints, cracks, or a juncture of different materials
caulk
To drive oakum into the seams of a ship's wooden deck or hull in order to make them watertight
caulk
a composition of vehicle and pigment used at ambient temperatures for filling/sealing joints or junctures, that remains elastic for an extended period of time after application
calker
{n} one who calks, one who stops seams
caulk
{v} to stop the seams of a ship
calker
A calk on a shoe
calker
{i} part on a horseshoe that prevents slipping
calker
See Calk, n
calker
One who calks
caulk
-The most common type of sealing material used on log homes, available in five different formulations: acrylic, butyl, oil-base, silicone and urethane
caulk
A material with no elastomeric properties used for sealing joints
caulk
To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt cement to prevent leaks
caulk
An elastic material used to protect joints or connections from external elements, particularly moisture
caulk
a substance used to fill a joint or void
caulk
To seal and make weathertight joints, seams, or voids by filling with a waterproofing compound or material
caulk
a material (usually a composition of vehicle and pigment) used for filling/sealing joints or junctures, where no elastomeric properties are required (See Sealant )
caulk
To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt plastic cement to prevent leaks
caulk
A shader that should be applied to all unseen faces Caulked faces are not drawn ingame and help lower poly counts
caulk
to fill the holes or cracks in a ship with an oily or sticky substance in order to keep water out (cauquer , from calcare, from calx )
caulk
To seal and waterproof cracks and joints, especially around window and exterior door frames Also calk
caulk
seal with caulking; "caulk the window
caulk
{f} make watertight, stop up leaks (in pipes, ships, etc.); put on calks (part on a horseshoe that prevents slipping)
caulk
An acrylic or silicon sealant used to fill cracks, crevices and holes in a home
caulk
To fill the side or deck seams with oakum or cotton to prevent leaking
caulk
A flexible (semi-drying or slow-drying) mastic compound used to seal joints or fill crevices around windows, chimneys, etc , prior to or after painting
caulk
caulking
caulk
To seal up crevices with some flexible material
caulk
seal with caulking; "caulk the window"
caulk
An extruded bead of synthetic material used to impart water or weather resistant qualities to the glazing of a door
caulk
(v) The application of sealant to a joint, crack or crevice (n) A compound used for sealing that has minimum joint movement capability; sometimes called low performance sealant
caulk
See: Calk
caulk
Material to fill voids around windows and doors
caulk
A generic term for a compound used to fill cracks, gaps, seams and joints
caulk
to drive oakum into the seams of a ships wooden deck or hull in order to make them watertight
caulkers
plural of caulker
caulker

    Hyphenation

    caulk·er

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'kok ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English caulken, from Old North French cauquer to trample, from Latin calcare, from calc-, calx heel.

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