Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Plaster"

The meaning of "Plaster" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does plaster mean?
A: In this sentenced, plastered means 'put on like a mask'.
Q: What does plaster cast mean?
A: It’s the thing that gets put on a broken bone - like an arm or a leg - to hold it in place instead of a bandage. :)
Q: What does plaster mean?
Plaster can means two things:

1. It can be a soft mixture of sand and cement and sometimes lime with water, for spreading on walls, ceilings, or other structures, to form a smooth hard surface when dried.
It is commonly used in building construction over masonry.

2. An adhesive strip or material that is used in medicine for covering and protecting wounds.
Q: What does plaster cast mean?
A: body replica

Example sentences using "Plaster"

Q: Please show me example sentences with plaster.
A: "The plaster I made last night for my art class had fallen off the table and cracked." or "The plaster we had made the cover the wall had been destroyed" Plaster is a mixture of cement and water that is like a paste to cover things and can be used as a mold.

Synonyms of "Plaster" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between plaster and plaster of Paris ?
A: plaster of paris is a mixture of cement, usually used in experiments or construction, plaster is for wounds
Q: What is the difference between band-aid and plaster ?
A: Band-aid is used in the USA, plaster is used in the UK. They both mean bandage. In the US, plaster means a type of cement-like material used to make walls
Q: What is the difference between plaster and bandaid ?
A: People in the UK say plaster and people in the US say bandaid.

Translations of "Plaster"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The plaster building, which fit in with Nashville's ambition to be the "Athens of the South," housed an art exhibition
A: Thanks so much
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? ⚾ Is it "plaster" or "cast"?
A: It's a "plaster cast" or simple, "cast". Although in the UK, fibreglass is now replacing plaster.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? plaster
A: We call this a "bandage" in the US.

Other questions about "Plaster"

Q: Would you say I need a plaster or I need a band aid
A: Plaster = British English
Band aid= American English
Q: It won't harm if you take a few more plasters just as a pre-emptive measure. does this sound natural?
A: It can't hurt if you...

You could also add "better safe than sorry" on the end if you wanted to.
Q: "Why have you got a plaster under your nose?"
"Because I made a cut on it when I shaved my moustache yesterday." does this sound natural?
A: Almost! It would be more like "Why do you have a plaster under your nose? Because I cut myself while shaving my moustache yesterday." Hope this helped! :)
Q: the plaster is chipped off the wall does this sound natural?
A: A better way to say this might be 'the plaster on the wall has/is chipped' :)
Q: I can do the plaster to walls does this sound natural?
A: I can plaster the walls

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