Translation of shuttering in Spanish:


encofrado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃədərɪŋ//ˈʃʌt(ə)rɪŋ/


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    encofrado masculine
    • There's a flexibility in molding concrete by using temporary shuttering or a mould.
    • The architect insisted that shuttering supporting the new stonework should be taken down.
    • Further, no shuttering is required as this function is provided by the bottom layer concrete blocks.
    • The walls emerged from the standardized shuttering normally used in concrete construction like a sort of rich cake, carved into by the thin courtyard.
    • Nowadays tunnels are mainly lined with concrete segments or with concrete pumped in between the excavated ground and internal shuttering.
    • But when a Thames spate shifted these supports, Brunel secretly ordered his carpenters to leave a gap between the brickwork and the replaced shuttering.
    • Detailed with the same dimension and orientation as the shuttering of the concrete, these linings make reference to the conspicuous layering of construction, to time and the sequence of making.
    • Forests have been razed (particularly in Queensland) to provide once-used shuttering for elegant poured concrete buildings.