Translation of screed in Spanish:


capa de mortero de cemento, n.

Pronunciation /skrid/ /skriːd/


  • 1

    (para nivelar el suelo) capa de mortero de cemento feminine
    • The lift was inoperable, the walls had been left with barely an undercoat on them and there was bare screed on the floors.
    • While modest in its material composition - concrete, screed, plasterboard and glass - the building has been made with precision and consistency.
    • It is not the moisture in the slab or screed which is important, but the quantity of moisture leaving the slab and generating the vapour pressure.
    • During the installation we ran the screed off the slope laser and were able to pick up the cross-slope laser and use it for our pitch on the tennis courts.
    • An unusual feature at Laban was the use of under-floor heating with water pipes buried in the screed.
    • These screeds will guide the straightedge (called a rod) that is used to level the surface in Step 7.
    • If you are building large slabs, could you survive without a laser screed or a power trowel?
    • We have seen truss screeds used to span 50-foot wide sections, but that is pushing things near their limit - unless flatness isn't an issue.
    • One unusual aspect of this job is that the mat slab was pitched to trench drains everywhere, so power screeds couldn't be used for the placement, except in small areas.
    • The main way to spread out concrete is directly from the truck chute, keeping a uniform level in front of the straightedge or vibrating screed.
  • 2British

    (lengthy discourse)
    she wrote screeds and screeds escribió páginas y páginas
    • There are other misimpressions created by your articles that necessitate a response, but I did not intend for this to become a screed against your writing.
    • I have written a tedious screed on the event that is best ignored entirely.
    • His writings varied from incoherent screeds to astute examinations of government hypocrisy.
    • The only writer I knew was the crabby old lady who wrote a weekly screed in the local newspaper.
    • This is to counterbalance the screed below, you see.
    • Corporations can't vote, because as I point out in the screed, they're not people.
    • Every single column written by him is a screed against the president; apparently, there isn't anything else worth writing about.
    • It featured more pithy screeds than analytical articles, and even the longest essays rarely went on for more than three or four paragraphs.
    • Every now and then, he writes these hysterical, factually insupportable, logically inconsistent screeds against some looming threat to civil liberties in the United States.
    • It wasn't one of those thinly-documented screeds; it was written by college educators horrified by PC speech codes, assaults on campus newspapers, and academic freedom.
    • The play thus falters in its attempt to be a real and funny slice of life, scrambling to make colloquial its many screeds on life and love in the ‘burbs.
    • Substitute ‘terrorists’ for ‘Reds’ and their rhetoric reads as near-identical screeds against evil.
    • Ideological screeds and rehashing of oral arguments aren't his style: careful analysis of applicable precedent is, and he did it again.
    • They have written vicious screeds against anti-globalization demonstrators and unionists.
    • A Boston Globe reporter posts numerous anti-Kerry screeds all over the blogisphere, and that's supposed to be all right?
    • In his spare time, he writes screeds of music journalism and analysis, as well as running his own music fanzine website.
    • Although I've been accused of trying to sway people with my screeds and polemics, that has never been the case, at least not consciously.
    • And it's clear that her web site still features the screed quite prominently posted.
    • Reading that, I was actually glad I'd never posted the aforementioned drunken screed.
    • I could have predicted that it would be another anti-government screed.