Definition of weatherboarding in English:

weatherboarding

Syllabification: weath·er·board·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈweT͟HərˌbôrdiNG
 
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noun

Weatherboards collectively.
More example sentences
  • Both houses are conventionally built from a double skin of blockwork, with a cavity, and stone cladding to the exterior, plus partial weatherboarding.
  • It was built of red brick and weatherboarding, topped by a steep-pitched roof.
  • In an extreme case, water could get behind the weatherboarding into the wooden framework of the house, and over time that could leave it in a potential state of collapse.

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