meshy

meshy

[mesh-ee]
adjective, meshier, meshiest.
formed with meshes; meshed.

Origin:
1595–1605; mesh + -y1

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mesh (mɛʃ)
 
n
1.  a network; net
2.  an open space between the strands of a network
3.  (often plural) the strands surrounding these spaces
4.  anything that ensnares, or holds like a net: the mesh of the secret police
5.  the engagement of teeth on interacting gearwheels: the gears are in mesh
6.  a measure of spacing of the strands of a mesh or grid, expressed as the distance between strands for coarse meshes or a number of strands per unit length for fine meshes
 
vb (often foll by with)
7.  to entangle or become entangled
8.  (of gear teeth) to engage or cause to engage
9.  to coordinate (with): to mesh with a policy
10.  to work or cause to work in harmony
 
[C16: probably from Dutch maesche; related to Old English masc, Old High German masca]
 
'meshy
 
adj

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