Definition of guttering in English:

guttering

Line breaks: gut¦ter|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈɡʌt(ə)rɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun] chiefly British
1The gutters of a building.
More example sentences
  • An investigation has been launched after cast iron guttering fell from a building and struck a passer-by.
  • The lightning strike blew a crater in Margaret's front yard, cracking brickwork, smashing windows, melting guttering and water pipes and blowing up her hot water system.
  • Then the fine tuning of the components takes place, such as guttering for rain and snow protection.
1.1Material used to make gutters.
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  • Seventy per cent of company income comes from selling metal lighting columns, with the rest from other metal products such as roofing material and guttering.
  • The building is dark brick topped by pinky-coloured concrete block walls, white plastic-looking fascia board, black plastic guttering and an artificial slate roof.
  • The plants are grown in plastic guttering and small electric pumps feed the water through them.

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