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cementitious

Line breaks: ce¦men|ti¦tious
Pronunciation: /ˌsiːmɛnˈtɪʃəs
 
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Definition of cementitious in English:

adjective

Of the nature of cement: a high-strength cementitious mortar which set within 1.5 hours
More example sentences
  • Water, which weighs about 7.8 pounds per gallon, should equal approximately half the weight of the cementitious material (cement and lime) in the mix.
  • The interior walls have three coats of cementitious Portland cement plasters.
  • Terratop is a cementitious terrazzo topping that bridges the gap between thick-build cementitious terrazzo and the thinner but more difficult to work epoxy terrazzo.

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