tile

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Noun[change]

Singular
tile

Plural
tiles

Tiles
A tile floor
  1. (countable & uncountable) A tile is a hard flat building material, usually made of clay or glass.
    The new floor would be ceramic tile, and the tiles on the walls were being replaced.
    The walls were wood from the Lace Forest, the roof tiles made of molded riverbank clay.

Synonyms[change]


Verb[change]

Plain form
tile

Third-person singular
tiles

Past tense
tiled

Past participle
tiled

Present participle
tiling

Tiling a floor
  1. (transitive) If you tile a surface, you cover it with tiles.

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