- (Received Pronunciation, Geordie) IPA(key): /ˈplɑːstə/
- (Northern England) IPA(key): /ˈplastə/
- (US) IPA(key): /ˈplæstɚ/
- Rhymes: -ɑːstə(ɹ), -æstə(ɹ)
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- (uncountable) A paste applied to the skin for healing or cosmetic purposes.
- (countable, Britain, New Zealand, Canada) A small adhesive bandage to cover a minor wound; a sticking plaster.
- (uncountable) A mixture of lime or gypsum, sand, and water, sometimes with the addition of fibres, that hardens to a smooth solid and is used for coating walls and ceilings; render, stucco.
- (countable) A cast made of plaster of Paris and gauze; plaster cast.
- (uncountable) plaster of Paris.
adhesive bandage — see band-aid
mixture for coating
plaster of Paris — see plaster of Paris
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- (transitive) To cover or coat something with plaster; to render.
- to plaster a wall
- (transitive) To apply a plaster to.
- to plaster a wound
- (transitive) To smear with some viscous or liquid substance.
- Her face was plastered with mud.
- (transitive) To hide or cover up, as if with plaster; to cover thickly.
- The radio station plastered the buses and trains with its advertisement.
- (transitive, figuratively) To smooth over.
to cover with plaster
to apply a plaster to
to smear with some viscous or liquid substance
to cover up, as with plaster
Declension of plaster
plaster m inan (diminutive plasterek)
declension of plaster
- plaster in Polish dictionaries at PWN