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caulking gun
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Present participle of caulk
the physical process of sealing a joint, seam, juncture or void between adjacent surfaces by filling with a sealant
oakum etc used to caulk a ship
A putty-like material used to seal and weather-proof joints
Sealant used to fill joints and spaces between logs Caulk comes in tubes or pails and is applied with a caulk gun in a narrow strip or 'bead' that dries to a tough elastic coating Usually applied in a color that matches the wood so that it is not prominent when viewed from a distance
A synthetic substance that, when placed between the horizontal surface of the logs helps to prevent any type of leakage or drafts, making the home airtight
{i} impermeable material used to fill cracks or seams or for sealing joints
The act of sealing a joint or of material
a rubbery sealant that is extremely waterproof used around the corners of bathtubs
A composition of vehicle and pigment, used at ambient temperatures for filling joints, that remains plastic for an extended time after application
A mastic compound for filling joints and sealing cracks to prevent leakage of water and air, commonly made of silicone, bituminous, acrylic, or rubber-based material
A putty-like substance used to seal joints against the weather
Material used to seal the seams in a wooden vessel, making it watertight
(1) A flexible material used to seal a gap between two surfaces e g between pieces of siding or the corners in tub walls (2) To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt plastic cement to prevent leaks
A composition of vehicle and pigment, used at ambient temperatures for filling joints, that remains elastic for an extended period after application
A sealant used in making watertight joints
(1) the physical process of sealing a joint or juncture; (2) sealing and making weather-tight the joints, seams, or voids between adjacent units by filling with sealant
Sealing used in joints to prevent the passage of fluid (commonly moisture) or gas
Sealing material used to waterproof the home
(1)A flexible material used to seal a gap between two surfaces e g between pieces of siding or the corners in tub walls (2) To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt plastic cement to prevent leaks
A flexible material used to seal a gap between two surfaces e g between pieces of siding or the corners in tub walls
The blocking of exterior air or moisture leaks by filling cracks around doors, windows, or anywhere else where two surfaces meet and have minimum movement with a "putty" compound Large cracks can be stuffed with mineral wood and weather sealed with caulking
A waterproof material used to seal cracks
Material used to fill joints that may exist between floors and fixtures; around windows and doors, shower stalls and bathtubs, etc
(Carpentry) A flexible material used to seal a gap between two surfaces - e g between pieces of siding or the corners in tub walls (Roofing) To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt plastic cement to prevent leaks
A composition of vehicle and pigment, used at ambient temperatures for filling joints that remains plastic for an extended time after application
caulk
caulking iron
a tool, rather like a chisel, used to caulk a ship
caulking gun
A tool for expelling caulk from a tube It enables a "bead" of material to be applied to cracks and seams
caulking gun
Device employed to extrude sealant from a tube
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
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
{v} to stop the seams of a ship
caulk
A generic term for a compound used to fill cracks, gaps, seams and joints
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
Material to fill voids around windows and doors
caulk
See: Calk
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
An extruded bead of synthetic material used to impart water or weather resistant qualities to the glazing of a door
caulk
seal with caulking; "caulk the window"
caulk
To seal up crevices with some flexible material
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
To fill the side or deck seams with oakum or cotton to prevent leaking
caulk
An acrylic or silicon sealant used to fill cracks, crevices and holes in a home
caulk
To seal and make weathertight joints, seams, or voids by filling with a waterproofing compound or material
caulk
{f} make watertight, stop up leaks (in pipes, ships, etc.); put on calks (part on a horseshoe that prevents slipping)
caulk
seal with caulking; "caulk the window
caulk
To seal and waterproof cracks and joints, especially around window and exterior door frames Also calk
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 shader that should be applied to all unseen faces Caulked faces are not drawn ingame and help lower poly counts
caulk
To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt plastic cement to prevent leaks
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
a substance used to fill a joint or void
caulk
An elastic material used to protect joints or connections from external elements, particularly moisture
caulk
To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt cement to prevent leaks
caulk
A material with no elastomeric properties used for sealing joints
caulk
to drive oakum into the seams of a ships wooden deck or hull in order to make them watertight
caulking

    Turkish pronunciation

    kôkîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkôkəɴɢ/ /ˈkɔːkɪŋ/

    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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