one of a number of piles, usually flat, driven side by side to retain earth, etc., or to prevent seepage into an excavation.
(civil engineering) one of a group of piles made of timber, steel, or prestressed concrete set close together to resist lateral pressure, as from earth or water Compare bearing pile
Trademark. 1. a brand name for a plasterboard of gypsum between paper.
- Sheet-web weaver
[sheet-web] /ˈʃitˌwɛb/ noun 1. any of numerous spiders of the family Linyphiidae, characterized by a closely woven, sheetlike web.
noun 1. a city in South Yorkshire, in N England. 2. a city in NW Alabama, on the Tennessee River. noun 1. a city in N England, in Sheffield unitary authority, South Yorkshire on the River Don: important centre of steel manufacture and of the cutlery industry; Sheffield university (1905) and Sheffield Hallam University (1992). […]
noun 1. a town in N Ohio.
noun 1. sheet copper with a cladding of silver.