cement (something) together

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cement (something) together

To use glue or another strong adhesive substance to fasten two or more things together. We need to cement the handle together before mom gets home and discovers that the vase is broken!
See also: cement, together

cement something together

to fasten something together with glue or household cement. Use this stuff to cement the vase together. Will you cement these parts together?
See also: cement, together
References in classic literature ?
Instead of this, the Incas Bridge consists of a crust of stratified shingle cemented together by the deposits of the neighbouring hot springs.
The setting sun shone full upon the passage floor, and I could see that the old, foot-worn gray stones with which it was paved were firmly cemented together, and had certainly not been moved for many a long year.
The clasts having been altered to various clay minerals and cemented together by quartz that display chalcedonic, vuggy and comb textures.
Saturday showed the foundations that lie at St James' Park, and wherever Ashley was watching the game from afar, you just hope that if he is to remain in charge at the club, he sees that those foundations are cemented together by one man - Rafa Benitez.
He had no signs of physical injuries; but he was on fetal position with his head wrapped in a black garbage bag, wrists tied with packaging tape, and legs cemented together, similar to the victims of summary execution.
Oddly, there are even more anecdotes than appeared in his earlier biography, but they're cemented together by a combination of comedy, Fordyce's talent and experience - Crouch appreciates just how stupid many of the antics were that he and his teammates got up to, but today he views them as an elder statesman of the game and presents them while clearly prepared to laugh at himself.
The roadway will be protected with the installation of large boulders, cemented together, under the road.
She said, In the absence of any serious differences of opinion or unreasonable demands, if a bond breaks that easily, it means it has not been cemented together with strong communication.
"Liverpool is a vibrant mix of history, heritage and modern culture all of which is cemented together by our warm and welcoming people.
As with other doublets, this composite was comprised of two stones cemented together at the girdle.
" Quatemay allurium is a mixture of clay, silt and gravel that is generally loose and not cemented together into solid rock.
A game that all ages love is to lucky-dip words that must be cemented together in a sentence.
Once this is finalised, I prepare the pieces of copper, clay and molten glass which are then gathered and cemented together."
The first 'pit stop' is going to give researchers another opportunity to examine conglomerate, a rock type that consists of small pebbles that have been cemented together by finer material.
Mature hoof cells, firmly cemented together, form a tough protective barrier preventing the passage of water and water soluble substances inwards and the loss of body fluids, imparted by the adjacent, highly vascular dermis, outwards.