Ready-mixed concrete

ready-mixed concrete

[′red·ē ¦mikst kän′krēt]
(materials)
Concrete mixed away from the construction site and delivered in readiness for placing.
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Ready-mixed concrete

A concrete that is mixed at a central plant and transported to the building site.
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ready-mixed concrete

Concrete for delivery to a site in an unhardened state for immediate use.
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