Definition of cladding in English:

cladding

Line breaks: clad|ding
Pronunciation: /ˈkladɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A covering or coating on a structure or material: timber cladding
More example sentences
  • From its origins as a cheap and functional building material, steel cladding has, over the years, gradually become known for its aesthetic potential.
  • The interiors contain no drywall or plaster, and exterior cladding comprises cedar shingles and plywood.
  • Materials such as dry stone walls and non-varnished timber cladding will be used to give a natural look and feel to the building, which takes full advantage of the exceptional site.

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