Definition of replaster in English:


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[with object]
Plaster (a surface) again.
More example sentences
  • This means we're now ready for the plasterer to come and replaster the walls and make them look lovely.
  • These walls have been replastered using a traditional lime plaster.
  • The work in the first phase of refurbishment has fortunately not been confined to replastering the ornate ceiling and fiddling about with the organ.

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