Definition of 'gasket'
Example sentences containing 'gasket'
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The big door swung heavily inward behind them, wheezed against its sealing gasket, and clacked shut. STONE CITY (2002)I don't have a new gasket but I bought some goo that's supposed to turn into a gasket. CORMORANT (2002)
But I looked along the edge of the plastic and saw a rubber gasket where the back fitted against the device. PREY (2002)
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Translations for 'gasket'
British English: gasket /ˈɡæskɪt/ NOUN
A gasket is a flat piece of soft material that you put between two joined surfaces in a pipe or engine in order to make sure that gas and oil cannot escape.
- American English: gasket
- Arabic: سِدَادَة مرسة شراع
- Brazilian Portuguese: vedação
- Chinese: 垫圈
- Croatian: brtvilo
- Czech: těsnění
- Danish: pakning
- Dutch: pakking
- European Spanish: junta estanqueidad
- Finnish: tiiviste
- French: joint
- German: Dichtung Gummi
- Greek: τσιμούχα
- Italian: guarnizione
- Japanese: ガスケット
- Korean: 개스킷
- Norwegian: pakning
- Polish: uszczelka
- European Portuguese: vedante
- Romanian: garnitură
- Russian: прокладка
- Spanish: junta empaque
- Swedish: packning
- Thai: วงแหวนอัดลูกสูบ
- Turkish: conta
- Ukrainian: прокладка
- Vietnamese: miếng đệm
Definition of gasket from the Collins English Dictionary
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