puddling
Noun

puddling

  1. The action of forming a puddle.
  2. The process of working clay, loam, pulverized ore, etc., with water, to render it compact, or impervious to liquids.
  3. (canal engineering) The act of lining a canal with puddle to make it watertight.
  4. (metallurgy, historical) The first true industrial process to produce steel from pig iron.
  5. A group of mallards (ducks).
  6. A behaviour in which animals like butterflies seek out moist substances to obtain nutrients.
Translations
  • Spanish: pudelación
Verb
  1. present participle of puddle#English|puddle



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