Definición de trowel en inglés:

trowel

Saltos de línea: trowel
Pronunciación: /ˈtraʊəl
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A small handheld tool with a flat, pointed blade, used to apply and spread mortar or plaster: a pointing trowel
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Remove the bricks and use a pointed trowel to apply mortar to the concrete base, but do not go beyond the chalk lines.
    • Using a trowel, apply plaster over the hole covering the patch and filling the entire hole.
    • Using your chalk line as a guide, spread the mortar with a notched trowel over a 2x5-foot section of the floor.
  • 2A small handheld tool with a curved scoop for lifting plants or earth: a garden trowel
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • To help you determine planting depths and plant spacing, garden trowels often come with measurements right on the metal.
    • Probably one of the most-used small tools is the trowel, which is ideal for digging small holes for planting and transplanting annuals, vegetables and other smaller plants.
    • Chris sighed and kept on digging his trowel into the earth.

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  • Apply or spread with or as if with a trowel: trowel in enough soil to form a dome Kerrie trowelled jam on to her toast
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    • First, a scratch coat is troweled onto the lath; the plaster oozes through the lath and grips the backing when it hardens.
    • When troweling it on, push and move the material, creating varying textures.
    • Final troweling operations are completed with riding trowels.

Origen

Middle English (as a noun): from Old French truele, from medieval Latin truella, alteration of Latin trulla 'scoop', diminutive of trua 'skimmer'.

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