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guttering in Buildings topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgutteringgut‧ter‧ing /ˈɡʌtərɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] British English  DHTBBthe open pipes that are fixed to the edge of the roof of a house to collect and carry away rainwater
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gutteringHaving chosen the size of guttering, draw up a list of the various bits and pieces you need.They were housed in a type of guttering that had discoloured and so much of the light was lost.The blaze also spread to a neighbouring house, damaging three windows and some plastic guttering.He let it slither down the roof to the building's guttering.Square guttering is used with rectangular downpipes.He placed the lamp and the guttering candle in its holder on a low table in the centre of the floor.I therefore lined the guttering with sections of emergency foil blanket.Jay watched her go, dip down, dip up, over the edge of the guttering.