- n.灰泥，涂墙泥; 石膏; 膏药
- vt.涂以灰泥; 在…上敷贴膏药; 减轻; 黏贴
- 复数: plasters;
- 第三人称单数: plasters;
- 过去式: plastered;
- 过去分词: plastered;
- 现在分词: plastering;
Fracture plaster stone how long had met.
The walls are overspread with plaster.
Clay, wax, and plaster are plastic substances.
Objective To determine the optimal extraction process of Qiangshenbaojian point plaster by orthogonal test.
He mixed up some plaster to repair the wall.
A plaster cast of Madame Fournier stood in the artist's studio.
The plaster on the wall of this house had peeled off through years of neglect.
She applied the plaster on his shoulder.
She made a plaster cast of a bust of Lincoln.
He's got his leg in a plaster cast.
The plaster is scaling off the wall.
Plaster had fallen away in places, exposing the brickwork.
The paintings were concealed beneath a thick layer of plaster.
an old house with crumbling plaster and a leaking roof
They took a plaster cast of the teeth for identification purposes.
Certain pigment colours were painted on to dry plaster using tempera (where egg yolk is used to fix the pigment).
One of the kids was peeling plaster off the wall.
The knee and ankle joints must be immobilized— this usually means up to six weeks in plaster.
The bullet slammed into the ceiling, spraying them with bits of plaster.
Once the plaster was dry there was no room for correction.
It was made of plaster, hard and white and lifeless, bearing no resemblance to human flesh.
Ben has also been in the wars. He is still in plaster after breaking a leg.
There were huge cracks in the plaster, and the green shutters were faded.
The building was of greyish plaster and looked old.
A few years ago I broke my leg and had a plaster cast on up to my hip.
It had a high ceiling, ornamented with plaster fruits and flowers.
Smear cream on to your baby's skin at the edges of the plaster to prevent it from rubbing.
In the Mus d'Orsay in Paris is a sculpture in plaster by Rodin.
You know, all those old films where someone gets so outraged with his boss, He picks up a custard pie and plasters it all over the other person's face.
Almost all of the interior detail is of cast iron or plaster; the use of wood was minimized to insure fire safety.
1. a mixture of lime or gypsum with sand and water; hardens into a smooth solid; used to cover walls and ceilings
2. any of several gypsum cements; a white powder (a form of calcium sulphate) that forms a paste when mixed with water and hardens into a solid; used in making molds and sculptures and casts for broken limbs
3. a medical dressing consisting of a soft heated mass of meal or clay that is spread on a cloth and applied to the skin to treat inflamed areas or improve circulation etc.
4. a hardened surface of plaster (as on a wall or ceiling);
"there were cracks in the plaster"
5. adhesive tape used in dressing wounds
1. cover conspicuously, as by pasting something on;
"The demonstrators plastered the hallways with posters"
2. affix conspicuously;
"She plastered warnings all over the wall"
3. apply a plaster cast to;
"plaster the broken arm"
4. apply a heavy coat to
5. coat with plaster;
"daub the wall"
6. dress by covering with a therapeutic substance
If you need a couple of plasters, tell me.
He probably knew he had a plaster by this time.
The police served a plaster on me.
They plastered the city with leaflets.
That football team got plaslered.