Replaster



noun
1.
a composition, as of lime or gypsum, sand, water, and sometimes hair or other fiber, applied in a pasty form to walls, ceilings, etc., and allowed to harden and dry.
2.
powdered gypsum.
3.
plaster of Paris.
4.
a solid or semisolid preparation spread upon cloth, plastic, or other material and applied to the body, especially for some healing purpose.
verb (used with object)
5.
to cover (walls, ceilings, etc.) with plaster.
6.
to treat with gypsum or plaster of Paris.
7.
to lay flat like a layer of plaster.
8.
to daub or fill with plaster or something similar.
9.
to apply a plaster to (the body, a wound, etc.).
10.
to overspread with something, especially thickly or excessively:
a wall plastered with posters.
11.
Informal.

to defeat decisively; trounce; drub.
to knock down or injure, as by a blow or beating.
to inflict serious damage or injury on by heavy bombing, shelling, or other means of attack.

noun
1.
a mixture of lime, sand, and water, sometimes stiffened with hair or other fibres, that is applied to the surface of a wall or ceiling as a soft paste that hardens when dry
2.
(Brit & Austral, NZ) an adhesive strip of material, usually medicated, for dressing a cut, wound, etc
3.
short for mustard plaster, plaster of Paris
verb
4.
to coat (a wall, ceiling, etc) with plaster
5.
(transitive) to apply like plaster: she plastered make-up on her face
6.
(transitive) to cause to lie flat or to adhere
7.
(transitive) to apply a plaster cast to
8.
(transitive) (slang) to strike or defeat with great force

plaster plas·ter (plās’tər)
n.

Plaster of Paris.

A pastelike mixture applied to a part of the body for healing or cosmetic purposes.

plaster

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