形容词:plastery 名词:plasterer 动词过去式:plastered 过去分词:plastered 现在分词:plastering 第三人称单数:plasters
/'plɑ:stə(r); [US] 'plæs-; `plæstɚ/
1 [U] soft mixture of lime, sand, water, etc that becomes hard when dry and is used for making a smooth surface on walls and ceilings 灰泥（涂平墙壁和天花板用的）
*The plaster will have to dry out before you can paint the room. 待房间的灰泥乾後才可粉刷.
2 [U] (also ,plaster of `Paris) white paste made from gypsum that becomes very hard when dry, used for making moulds, holding broken bones in place, etc 烧石膏; 熟石膏
*She broke her ankle weeks ago and it's still in plaster. 她的踝关节数周前骨折, 至今仍打着石膏.
3 [C, U] = sticking plaster (stick2).
1 (a) [Tn] cover (a wall, etc) with plaster(1) 用灰泥涂抹（墙壁等）.
(b) [Tn.pr] ~ A with B/~ B on(to) A cover sth with sth thickly, as one puts plaster on a wall 用黏稠物涂抹某物
*hair plastered with oil 抹油的头发
* an artist who plasters the paint on the canvas 在画布上涂颜料的画家
* plaster the town with posters 把海报贴遍市镇.
2 [Tn] cover (a wound, etc) with a plaster(2) 给（受伤处等）打石膏.
3 (phr v) plaster sth down make sth lie flat by putting a wet or sticky substance on it （敷湿或黏之物）使某物平贴
*plaster one's hair down 用发蜡把头发梳平.
1. He had his bandaged arm in a sling and a bit of plaster on his face. 小男孩的胳膊缠着绷带固定在吊带上，脸上涂着一点药膏。
2. On Christmas Day, the man still had his right leg in plaster. 圣诞节那天，他的右腿还上着石膏，