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plasterboard

Line breaks: plas¦ter|board
Pronunciation: /ˈplɑːstəbɔːd
 
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Definition of plasterboard in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Board made of plaster set between two sheets of paper, used especially to form or line the inner walls of houses.
Example sentences
  • For additional noise reduction, use 5/8-inch plasterboard on all the walls.
  • Firstly, if the walls are dry-lined with plasterboard with the joints between the boards taped and the nail holes filled, then you can go ahead and wallpaper.
  • Traditionally, plaster is a mixture of Portland cement, sand and water that is applied in layers to a base of wood or metal lath or perforated plasterboard.

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