Cement

A grey powder used in concrete to bind the aggregate together.

cement

See concrete.

cement

a powder, consisting of alumina, silica, lime, and other substances that hardens when mixed with water. Extensively used in the oil industry to bond casing to the walls of the wellbore.

Cement

is the natural or synthetic material which binds rock particles together. In sedimentary rocks, the cementing substances include silica, calcite, clay and iron oxide.

Cement

Cement is used to 'set' casing in the well bore and seal off unproductive formations and apertures. Similar to concrete without aggregate. Cementing is the injection of cement into the annulus (space) between the casing and the well wall to consolidate and reduce water influxes.

Cement

(Bone cement) Material usually made of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) which acts like a grout between an implant and the patient's bone.
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Cement

A general term for adhesive material in footwear industry. Application of cement on roughened portion of the footwear is known as cementing.
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Cement

a substance that can be used to build together aggregates of sand or stone into a cohesive structure. May be a single compound or a mixture. May be hydraulic set, air set or chemical set.
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cement

[n] - any of various materials used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth 2. [n] - concrete pavement is sometimes referred to as cement 3. [n] - a building material that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay 4. [n] - something that hardens to act as adhesive material 5. [v] - cover or coat with cement 6...
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Cement

a dental material used to seal inlays, onlays, and crowns; also used for pupal protection.
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cement

The term 'cement' gets applied to various materials with adhesive properties, pretty much as a synonym for 'glue' or 'adhesive'. In the wider world the term is commonly used to refer to a powdered material used in the building industry, a componemt of mortar and contcrete. In the world of model making it is often used as an abreviation of polystyre...
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Cement

A substance that can be used to build together aggregates of sand or stone into a cohesive structure. May be a single compound or a mixture. May be hydraulic set, air set or chemical set. See also: Chemical Set Cement, Hydraulic Set Cement.
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cement

A compound of lime ground to powder which when mixed with water hardens rapidly. Used for binding together aggregates in concrete and sand in mortar.
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cement

a substance that can be used to build together aggregates of sand or stone into a cohesive structure. May be a single compound or a mixture. May be hydraulic set, air set or chemical set.
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Cement

The gray powder that is the 'glue' in concrete. Portland cement. Also, any adhesive.
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Cement

Ce·ment' (sĕ*mĕnt' or sĕm'ĕnt) noun [ Old French cement , ciment , French ciment , from Latin caementum a rough, unhewn stone, pieces or chips of marble, from which mortar was made, contr. from caedimentum , from caedere to...
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Cement

Ce·ment' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cemented ; present participle & verbal noun Cementing .] [ Confer French cimenter . See Cement , noun ] 1. To unite or cause to adhere...
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Cement

Ce·ment' intransitive verb To become cemented or firmly united; to cohere. S. Sharp.
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cement

<dentistry> A nonmetallic material used for luting, filling, or permanent or temporary restorative purposes, made by mixing components into a plastic mass that sets, or as an adherent sealer in attaching various dental restorations in or on the tooth. ... Synonym: cementum. ... Origin: see cementum ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cement

noun a building material that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay; used with water and sand or gravel to make concrete and mortar
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cement

(sә-ment´) a substance that produces a solid union between two surfaces. dental cement. cementum. dental cement any of various bonding substances that are placed in the mouth as a viscous liquid and set to a hard mass; used in restorative and ort...
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Cement

• (n.) Bond of union; that which unites firmly, as persons in friendship, or men in society. • (n.) To unite firmly or closely. • (n.) To unite or cause to adhere by means of a cement. • (n.) The powder used in cementation. See Cementation, n., 2. • (n.) Any substance used for making bodies adhere to each other, as mortar, ...
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Cement

(from the article `Gladkov, Fyodor Vasilyevich`) Russian writer best known for Tsement (1925; Cement, 1929), the first postrevolutionary novel to dramatize Soviet industrial development. Although ...
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cement

in general, adhesive substances of all kinds, but, in a narrower sense, the binding materials used in building and civil engineering construction. ... [6 related articles]
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cement

cement 1. A powdered substance composed primarily of burned clay and limestone that is mixed with water, sand, and gravel to form concrete. 2. In geology, any chemically precipitated material or ore mineral that minds together loose particles of sediment into coherent rock. 3. Any substance; such as, a preparation of glue, red lead, or lime, the ...
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