nonslip concrete[′nän‚slip ′kan‚krēt]
Rough-surface concrete made by applying oxide grains to the mixture before it hardens; used for steps.
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Concrete having a roughened surface, e.g., as a result of the sprinkling of grains of an oxide to the surface before it hardens or as the result of the roughening of the surface with a coarse-bristled stiff brush before the concrete sets; especially used for steps.
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