“Cement” is any chemical binding agent that makes things stick to it or stick to each other. Glue, mortar, and paste are examples of cement.
“Concrete” is a construction material consisting of cement, water, and crushed granules such as sand, gravel, or stone.
The root of cement is the Latin caenentum meaning quarry stone.
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