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screed is pronounced in one syllable
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An example use of screed in a speech by a native speaker of british english:
“… is an objectivist screed about an …”
meanings of screed
(construction, masonry) Senses relating to building construction and masonry.
A piece of land, especially one that is narrow.
Chiefly in the plural form screeds: a large quantity.
A tool such as a long strip of wood or other material which is drawn over a wet layer of concrete, plaster, etc., to make it smooth and flat; also, a machine that achieves this effect; a screeder.
The sound of something scratching or tearing.
A smooth, flat layer of concrete, plaster, or similar material, especially if acting as a base for paving stones, tiles, wooden planks, etc.
A rent, a tear.
A piece of writing (such as an article, letter, or list) or a speech, especially if long.
A speech or piece of writing which contains angry and extended criticism; a diatribe, a harangue.
A tool, usually a long strip of wood or other material, placed on a floor to be covered with concrete, a wall to be plastered, etc., as a guide for producing a smooth, flat surface.
A (discordant) sound or tune played on bagpipes, a fiddle, or a pipe.
A piece or narrow strip cut or torn off from a larger whole; a shred.
To rend, to shred, to tear.
To read or repeat from memory fluently or glibly; to reel off.
To play (a sound or tune) on bagpipes, a fiddle, or a pipe.
To make a discordant or harsh scratching or tearing sound.
To use a screed to produce a smooth, flat surface of concrete, plaster, or similar material; also (generally) to put down a layer of concrete, plaster, etc.
To become rent or torn.
To play bagpipes, a fiddle, or a pipe.
Strewn with scree.
screed frequency in english - C2+ level of CEFR
the word screed occurs in english on average 0.1 times per one million words; this frequency warrants it to be in the study list for C2+ level of language mastery according to CEFR, the Common European Framework of Reference.
topics screed can be related to
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