Rough Opening

Business / Construction / Rough Opening: The horizontal and vertical measurement of a window or door opening before drywall or siding is installed.
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Other Words for Opening

Opening Noun Synonyms: job, position, opportunity, vacancy
Opening Verb Synonyms: break, breach, rent, rift, cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, cranny, chink, pit, gap, split, slit, slot, aperture, hole, orifice, separation
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Other Words for Rough

Rough Adjective Synonyms: uneven, irregular, coarse, jagged, rugged, bumpy, lumpy, broken
Rough Noun Synonyms: brusque, bluff, curt, short, abrupt, unpleasant, churlish, discourteous, impolite, rough-spoken, ungracious, surly, disrespectful, rude, uncouth, loutish, unrefined, uncivil, uncivilized, uncultured, vulgar, unladylike, ungentlemanly, coarse, ill-mannered
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Payable Through Drafts

Business / Finance / Payable Through Drafts: A method of making payment that is used to maintain control over payments made on behalf of the firm by personnel in noncentral locations. The payer's bank delivers the payable through draft to the pa MORE

Pass-Throughs

Business / Real Estate / Pass-Throughs: Payments on securities sold in the secondary market that are sent directly to investors. MORE

Pass-Through Security

Business / Real Estate / Pass-Through Security: A security issued by the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae) to mortgage investors. Cash flows from the underlying block individual mortgage loans are passed through to the holders o MORE

Play Through

Entertainment / Golf / Play Through: (also 'go through') passing the group in front of you (for various reasons) while they wait MORE

Plumbing Rough

Business / Construction / Plumbing Rough: Work performed by the plumbing contractor after the Rough Heat is installed. This work includes installing all plastic ABS drain and waste lines, copper water lines, bath tubs, shower pans, and gas pi MORE

Private-Label Pass-Throughs

Business / Finance / Private-Label Pass-Throughs: Related: Conventional pass-throughs. MORE