Definition of shoring in English:

shoring

Syllabification: shor·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈSHôriNG
 
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noun

Shores or props used to support or hold up something weak or unstable.
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  • Teams of carpenters and laborers begin positioning column forms and setting up shoring for the floor above.
  • In a few hours, with the aid of some telephone poles and some shoring, the Chinese lifted the wing, Tex lowered the gear and drove the down lock in with a sledge hammer.
  • Speed Shore's Shoring Shields combine the benefits of aluminum hydraulic shoring with the solid-wall security of a static shield.

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