Trowel

A trowel is one of several similar hand tools used for digging, smoothing, or otherwise moving around small amounts of viscous or particulate material. ==Hand tools== In gardening, a trowel is a tool with a pointed, scoop-shaped metal blade and a handle. It is used for breaking up earth, digging small holes, especially for planting and weeding, mi...
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Trowel

• (n.) A gardener`s tool, somewhat like a scoop, used in taking up plants, stirring the earth, etc. • (n.) A tool used for smoothing a mold. • (n.) A mason`s tool, used in spreading and dressing mortar, and breaking bricks to shape them.
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trowel

1. A mason's tool, used in spreading and dressing mortar, and breaking bricks to shape them. ... 2. A gardener's tool, somewhat like a scoop, used in taking up plants, stirring the earth, etc. ... 3. A tool used for smoothing a mold. Trowel bayonet. See Spade bayonet, under Spade. Fish trowel. See Fish slice. ... Origin: OE. Truel, OF. Truele, F. T...
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trowel

noun a small hand tool with a handle and flat metal blade; used for scooping or spreading plaster or similar materials
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Trowel

[journal] Trowel is an academic journal published by postgraduate students at the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland. It was first published in 1988. The journal was redesigned and relaunched for Volume X 2005 after a five-year hiatus in publication. This involved a change from an A4 black and white format to an A5 fu...
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Trowel

A flat bladed hand toll for leveling, spreading, or shaping substances such as cement or mortar.
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Trowel

A flat, broad-bladed steel hand tool used in the final stages of finishing operations to impart a relatively smooth surface to concrete floors and other unformed concrete surfaces; also, a flat triangular-bladed tool used for applying mortar to masonry.
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Trowel

A flat-bladed hand tool for leveling, spreading, or shaping substances such as cement or mortar
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Trowel

A handtool with a flat sheet steel surface that is rectangular or pointed and is used to manipulate and finish concrete or plaster.Brick Jointer TrowelPhotograph courtesy of Draper.co.ukUsed to create the finished mortar surface of a brick joint.Brick TrowelPhotograph courtesy of Draper.co.ukUsed by a bricklayer to place mortar between bricks.Plast...
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Trowel

A small hand tool used in gardening, resembles a much smaller version of a shovel.
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Trowel

In building, a trowel is a flat bladed tool with a short handle used for spreading mortar. A gardener's trowel is a scoop shaped tool with a short handle.
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Trowel

The trowel is a small, hand-held tool used in multiple tasks around the garden. They are typically used to dig small planting holes and for transplanting plants and vegetables with the roots still intact. These miniature versions of spades/shovels are effective when working in flower boxes, potting sheds, and other confined areas. The rockery trowe...
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trowel

This trowel is used to force material into tile joints, remove excess grout and form a smooth grout finish.
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trowel

[n] - a small hand tool with a handle and flat metal blade 2. [v] - use a trowel on
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