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Oxford dictionary definition of the word paste:
a thick, soft, moist substance typically produced by mixing dry ingredients with a liquid:
blend onions, sugar, and oil to a paste
a paste used as an adhesive, especially for sticking paper:
a savoury spread:
a mixture consisting mainly of clay and water that is used in making ceramic ware, especially a mixture of low plasticity based on kaolin for making porcelain.
a hard vitreous composition used in making imitation gems:
1coat with paste:
when coating walls with fabric, paste the wall, not the fabric
[with object and adverbial of place] fasten or stick (something) with paste:
the posters were pasted up on to street noticeboards
Computing insert (a piece of text or other data copied from elsewhere).
2 informal beat or defeat severely:
he pasted the guy and tied his ankles together
late Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin pasta ‘medicinal preparation in the shape of a small square’, probably from Greek pastē, (plural) pasta ‘barley porridge’, from pastos ‘sprinkled’