he cladded the concrete-frame structure in stainless steel
clothed: wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination; "clothed and in his right mind"- Bible; "proud of her well-clothed family"; "nurses clad in white"; "white-clad nurses"
having an outer covering especially of thin metal; "steel-clad"; "armor-clad"
(clothe) dress: provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"
(clothe) invest: furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
Cladding is the covering of one material with another. It has different meanings depending on the context.
(Clothe) A feature of all modern human societies is the wearing of clothing, a category encompassing a wide variety of materials that cover the body. The primary purpose of clothing is functional, as a protection from the elements. ...
To clothe; To cover with insulation
A copper object on a printed circuit board. Specifying certain text items for a board to be "in clad," means that the text should be made of copper, not silkscreen.
Composite coinage metal strip composed of a core, usually of a base metal such as copper, and surface layers of more valuable metal, silver (or sometimes copper-nickel). Cladding is a cost-saving measure, making coins cheaper to produce while maintaining a desired appearance.
A term used to describe any of the modern "sandwich" coins that have layers of both copper and nickel.
Typically refers to “window clad” which is the covering of the exterior wood frame of a window. Materials can be vinyl, aluminum, fiberglass, etc.
Composed of more than one metallic layer, e.g. dimes, quarters, and halves currently minted by the U.S.
Cross-cultural Language & Academic Development Certificate
Clad coinage is a term used to describe coins that have a core of one type of metal and an outer layer of another metal or metals. Most U.S. dimes, quarters, and half dollars since 1965 have been clad. ...
A designation given to products whose exposed exterior surfaces are sheathed with aluminum to provide a more durable, low-maintenance surface.
coin detectors often discover clad, which is a term for coins that are still in circulation. With clad coins, a surface metal covers or clads a base metal. Pennies, for example, used to be made from copper, but are now copper-clad zinc.
Some cookware has Clad bottoms, which means it's composed of an aluminum alloy material (and sometimes mixed with Stainless Steel). The result is high strength and excellent corrosion resistance.
In an effort to improve the weather resistance of wooden windows, many manufacturers now offer them with the exterior surfaces coated in vinyl or aluminum, i.e. “clad.”
Usually refers to the bonding of one metal to another, such as copper to stainless steel, in a way that takes advantage of the characteristics of both metals.
Cross-cultural Language and Development. A test that teachers must pass to gain credentials that qualify them to teach English to English learners. The BCLAD is a CLAD for bilingual teachers.