- vt. 灌浆；用薄泥浆填塞
- n. 水泥浆；薄浆
- n. (Grout)人名；(法)格鲁；(英)格劳特
- grout (n.)
- "thin, fluid mortar" used in joints of masonry and brickwork, 1580s, extended from sense "coarse porridge," perhaps from Old English gruta (plural) "coarse meal," from Proto-Germanic *grut-, from PIE root *ghreu- "to rub, grind" (see grit (n.)). As a verb from 1838. Related: grouted; grouting.
- 1. The grout is installed after final adjustment and installation of the roadway wearing surface.
- 2. For tile work, a very thin mortar called grout is used.
- 3. The grout is a cement and sodium silicate double grout.
- 4. There are many micro - cracks between the stones and the ossified cement grout.
- 5. Tommy Carter working on grout resistance drought - resistant soybeans in 1981.
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