grout

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English - Turkish
(İnşaat) derzlemek
tıkamak
(İnşaat) çimento şerbeti
{f} harçla doldur
duvarcı sıvası
sulu harç
sulu harç doldurmak
harçla doldur(mak)
(İnşaat) Şap sivası
{i} sıva
{i} harç
tuğla veya taş aralarına sulu harç doldurmak
telve
tortu
harç ile doldurmak
{i} yulaf kırması
{i} bulgur lâpası
enjeksiyon yapmak
enjeksiyon
(İnşaat) derz
grout curtain
(Mühendislik) Enjeksiyon perdesi
grout box detail
enjeksiyon kutusu detayları
grout cement
çimento enjeksiyonu
grout column
enjeksiyon kolonu
grout curtain
(İnşaat) harçlama perdesi
grout curtain
(İnşaat) sızdırmazlık perdesi
grout hole
(İnşaat) harç deliği
grout hole
enjeksiyon deliği
grout hole drilling
enjeksiyon deliği açılması
grout injection
harç enjeksiyonu
grout mix
(İnşaat) içitim harcı karışımı
grout pattern
enjeksiyon paterni
grout pipe
enjeksiyon borusu
grout pump
(İnşaat) harç pompası
grout seal
enjeksiyon tıkacı
grout supply pipe
enjeksiyon giriş borusu
grout valve
enjeksiyon vanası
cement grout
(İnşaat) çimento şerbeti
concrete grout
(İnşaat) beton harcı
grouted
harç ile doldurulmuş
grouting
(İnşaat,Madencilik) derz dolgu
grouting
(İnşaat) içitim
grouting
(İnşaat) derz şerbeti
grouting
(İnşaat) derzleme
bituminous grout
bitümlü harç
grouting
şerbet dökme
non-shrink grout
olmayan harç shrink
chemical grout
kimyasal harç
grouting
şerbetleme
grouting
enjeksiyon
injecting grout
(İnşaat) içitim harcı
injection of grout
(İnşaat) harç içitimi
neat cement grout
(İnşaat) akışkan harç
English - English
Dregs, sediment
Coarse meal; groats
Mortar used to fill cracks between tiles
a thin plaster used when finishing walls and ceilings
a mixture of cement, sand, and water used to fill cracks and cavities in masonry
To insert mortar between tiles

I spent the whole afternoon grouting the kitchen floor.

{n} coarse meal, pollard, dregs, an apple
Formerly, a kind of beer or ale
A cement slurry of high water content, fluid enough to be poured
Mortar used between tiles
Material, typically cement or bentonite slurry, used to seal the annular space of a well
A type of mortar that is used to fill the joints and cavities found between pieces of masonry, ceramic or natural stone Often used to fill the joints between ceramic floor tiles and bathroom tiles
Mortar of pouring consistency
A mixture used to seal joints and cavities for materials such as tile, marble and stone The mixture is made of cement, sand and water or cement and water
bind with grout; "grout the bathtub"
A mixture of cementitious material and aggregates to which sufficient water has been added to produce pouring consistency without segregation of the constitutents
A thin mortar used in masonry work
a thin mortar that can be poured and used to fill cracks in masonry or brickwork bind with grout; "grout the bathtub
If you grout the tiles on a wall, you use grout to fill in the spaces between the tiles. Make sure that your tiles are thoroughly grouted and sealed. a mixture of sand and water that you spread between tiles when you fix them to a wall
a thin, coarse mortar poured into the joints of masonry and brickwork; to fill such joints
A mixture of cement, sand, and water used to fill cracks and cavities Sometimes used under vase plates or leveling plates to obtain uniform bearing surfaces Not normally used in conjunction with metal building systems
a mortar with enough water content to make it a free-flowing mass Grout is used to fill the spaces between stones or fragments (spalls) in the backing part of stone masonry, to fix anchor bolts, or to fill cored spaces in castings, masonry, or other spaces where water may accumulate
a thin mortar that can be poured and used to fill cracks in masonry or brickwork
A mixture of cementitious material and aggregate to which sufficient water is added to produce pouring consistency without segregation of the constituents
Mortar made of such consistency (by adding water) that it will just flow into the joints and cavities of the masonry work and fill them solid
1) An hydrous mortar whose consistency allows it to be placed or pumped into small joints or cavities, as between pieces of ceramic clay, slate, or tile 2) Various mortar mixes used in foundation work to fell voids in soils, usually injected through drilled holes
A rich or strong cementitious or chemically setting mix used for filling tile joints
Lees; dregs; grounds
A thin, coarse mortar, used for pouring into the joints of masonry and brickwork; also, a finer material, used in finishing the best ceilings
{i} thin plaster used to fill narrow crevices in masonry and woodwork; coat of plaster on an interior wall or ceiling
Cement made very thin by the addition of water so it flows into the joints of masonry work to fill them completely
Coarse meal; ground malt
(1) Thin mortar used in masonry work to fill joints between bricks, blocks, tiles etc (2) A variety of plaster used to finish ceilings of superior quality
A type of mortar that is used to fill the joints and cavities found between pieces of masonry or ceramics Often used to fill the joints between ceramic floor tiles and bathroom tiles
a mortar having a sufficient water content to render it a free-flowing mass, used for filling (grouting) the joints in masonry, for fixing anchor bolts and for filling cored spaces where water may accumulate
Coarse meal; ground malt; groats
To fill up or finish with grout, as the joints between stones
A portland cement based product used to fill the joint between tiles May be purchased precolored in a variety of colors
A water-cement, or water-cement-sand mixture, used to plug holes or cracks in concrete, seal joints, fill spaces between machinery bed plates and concrete foundations, and for similar plugging or sealing purposes back to top
A white or colored plaster-like mortar compound used to fill spaces between ceramic tiles
Grout is a thin mixture of sand, water, and cement or lime, which is used to fill in the spaces between tiles that are fixed to a wall
A cement or chemical setting mix for filling joints between tiles
The material used between ceramic tiles in the pool area to ensure an even surface
A powder or ready-mixed product used to fill the narrow gaps left after ceramic tiles have been stuck to walls or floors
grout curtain
A barrier produced by injecting grout into a vertical zone, usually narrow (horizontally), and in the foundation to reduce seepage under a dam
grout curtain
(Dam) A barrier produced by injecting grout into a vertical zone, usually narrow horizontally, in the foundation of a dam to reduce seepage under the dam Also referred to as Grout Cutoff ADVANCE \x 540
grout curtain
A vertical zone, usually thin, in the foundation into which grout is injected to reduce seepage beneath a dam The cutoff wall at Horsetooth Dam will be a form of grout curtain
grouting
The process of filling in or finishing with grout; also, the grout thus filled in
grout
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