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Strengthening concrete, plaster, or mortar by embedding steel rods or wire mesh in it.
A strong inert material bonded to a plastic to enhance its strength, stiffness, and resistance to impact.
1. In reinforced concrete, metal bars, rods, wires, or other slender members which are embedded in concrete in such a manner that the metal and the concrete act together in resisting forces.
2. Material added to provide additional strength.