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Grout

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A water-cement, or water-cement-sand mixture, used to plug holes or cracks in concrete, seal joints, fill spaces between machinery bed plates and concrete foundations, and for similar plugging or sealing purposes.

Source: Quikrete Glossary of Terms 

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Grouting agents can be added to alter the properties of grout, altering, for example, the degree of expansion and rate of setting.

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