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(pronounced zhvwah-deh-VEEV-reh)

A French phrase that literally translates into “joy of living.” English speakers use it to describe one’s enthusiasm and ebullience in their experience of life.

Example: The aspiring designer relished her new

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(pronounced JOYN-er-ee)

When you “join” something, you bring two or more things together and form them into a cohesive single unit. In the design biz, to “join” something usually refers to putting pieces of wood

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(pronounced joynt kahm-POWND)

Also known as drywall compound, as well as the more slangish “mud,” joint compound is a water-soluble, gypsum binder material designed as a filler for drywall that seals joints between panels

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(pronounced joyst)

Composed of either steel, wood or concrete, a joist is a horizontal supporting member that, along with other joists, runs from beam-to-beam, wall-to-wall, or beam-to-wall in order to support a floor, ceiling, or