concrete

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  • Concrete was added on top to build the surface up level with the road.
  • The school building was a two-story concrete structure built on the side of a hill.
  • It was replaced about a year later by a smaller concrete block building.
  • He also called on Catholic communities and organizations to offer them concrete help.
  • After this, he turned to the then new industry of ready-mix concrete.
  • They have concreted the area over and turned it into a military camp.
  • Many of the examples below can be seen as concrete versions of this general idea.
  • While all high-strength concrete is also high-performance, not all high-performance concrete is high-strength.
  • While all high-strength concrete is also high-performance, not all high-performance concrete is high-strength.
  • The bridge's main tower is made from high strength concrete.
  • Its function is to point out which course of action is to be taken in any concrete circumstances.
  • The bridge was constructed of pre-cast concrete segments using top-down construction.
  • The Western remains of the hill are retained by a large concrete wall.
  • Good design and a well-chosen concrete mix will provide additional protection for many applications.
  • Its use of new materials, particularly concrete, was an important feature.
  • When mixed with water this forms a concrete-like material.
  • The original bridge built was gradually improved over the years to the two lane concrete bridge today.
  • When a roof was provided, this was constructed from pre-cast concrete.
  • Concrete is also the basis of a large commercial industry.
  • The pre-cast concrete forms filled with glass give the building a grid-like appearance.
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Meaning of concrete

  • noun A strong hard building material composed of sand and gravel and cement and water
  • verb Cover with cement
    concrete the walls
  • verb Form into a solid mass; coalesce
  • adjective Capable of being perceived by the senses; not abstract or imaginary
    concrete objects such as trees