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plaster

US [ˈplæstər]
UK [ˈplɑːstə(r)]
  • n.灰泥;膏药;熟石膏;建筑石膏
  • v.抹灰于;往…上涂抹;把(头发)梳平;使(头发)粘在(头上)
  • Web硬膏;硬膏剂;灰浆
Plural Form:plasters  Present Participle:plastering  Past Tense:plastered  
plaster
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n.
1.
[u]
灰泥a substance made of lime , water and sand, that is put on walls and ceilings to give them a smooth hard surface
an old house with crumbling plaster and a leaking roof
一所灰泥剥落、屋顶漏水的老房子
2.
[u]
建筑石膏;熟石膏a white powder that is mixed with water and becomes very hard when it dries, used especially for making copies of statues or holding broken bones in place
a plaster bust of Julius Caesar
一尊尤利乌斯 ) 凯撒的半身石膏塑像
She broke her leg a month ago and it's still in plaster .
她一个月前腿骨骨折,至今仍打着石膏。
3.
[c][u]
膏药;创可贴;护创胶布material that can be stuck to the skin to protect a small wound or cut; a piece of this
v.
1.
~ sth
抹灰于,用灰泥抹(墙等)to cover a wall, etc. with plaster
2.
~ sb/sth/yourself in/with sth
往…上涂抹to cover sb/sth with a wet or sticky substance
She plastered herself in suntan lotion.
她往身上抹防晒液。
We were plastered from head to foot with mud.
我们浑身上下都沾满了泥。
3.
~ sth + adv./prep.
把(头发)梳平;使(头发)粘在(头上)to make your hair flat and stick to your head
His wet hair was plastered to his head.
他那湿透的头发紧贴在头皮上。
4.
~ sth + adv./prep.
贴满,遍贴(画片或招贴画)to completely cover a surface with pictures or posters
Her bedroom wall was plastered with photos of him.
她卧室的墙上贴满了他的照片。
She had photos of him plastered all over her bedroom wall.
她把他的照片贴满了卧室的墙。
The next day their picture was plastered all over the newspapers.
第二天,他们的照片被刊登在各家报纸上。

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