Translation of lath in Spanish:

lath

listón, n.

Pronunciation /læθ//lɑːθ//laθ/

noun

  • 1

    listón masculine
    a lath and plaster wall una pared de listones y yeso
    • If you are nailing over a lath and plaster ceiling, longer nails may be needed.
    • Our choice would be to remove just the plaster and screw three-eighth-inch drywall directly onto the lath.
    • The lath-and-plaster technique involves constructing a frame with rebar and attaching diamond metal lath (the same lath used for plastering walls) with tie wire to the frame.
    • First, a scratch coat is troweled onto the lath; the plaster oozes through the lath and grips the backing when it hardens.
    • The wall insulation is subsequently covered with lath and plaster.
    • Other materials sold by the bundle include things like wooden stakes, lath and wooden shims.
    • Cut lath and plaster with a reciprocating saw fitted with a coarse, wood-cutting blade.
    • They tested four-person suites with an assortment of options, such as restored or new flooring, restored or replaced windows, and restored plaster and lath walls or new veneered plaster walls.
    • In these areas, the layers of plaster are pulling away from the underlying strips of wood lath which support it.
    • Fasten the corners of the gypsum lath or wallboard to the existing lath behind the plaster.
    • A ‘scratch coat’ of Portland cement and sand is then plastered onto the lath and allowed to dry.
    • The roof of a one-time fine farmstead is falling in, a gable end collapsed, lath and plaster rotting - romantic?
    • It's finished in the sense that there are paneled walls and not just exposed beams and studs and lath.