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Caulk or (less frequently) caulking is a material used to seal joints or seams against leakage in .... Look up caulk in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

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Caulk definition is - to stop up and make tight against leakage (something, such ... See the full definition for caulk in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Caulk definition, to fill or close seams or crevices of (a tank, window, etc.) in order to make watertight, airtight, etc. See more.

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Definition of caulk - a waterproof filler and sealant, used in building work and repairs.

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It's caulk! Meatwad: And it's good, too! Frylock: Listen to this, OK? Avoid human contact. May cause dizziness, nausea, and an ability to THINK you can see the ...

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caulk meaning: 1. a substance used for filling in the gaps around the edge of something, for example a bath or shower 2. to fill the gaps around the edge of ...

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Caulk is a sealant. It comes in a tube and is used commonly by plumbers and carpenters trying to seal up cracks where air or water might push through. When a ...

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Caulk definition: to stop up ( cracks , crevices , etc) with a filler | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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caulk definition: 1. to stop up (the cracks, seams, etc.) of (a window frame, boat, etc.) as with a puttylike sealant or oakum 2. to make (a joint of overlapping plates)  ...