Definition of Meshing

1. Noun. Contact by fitting together. "The meshing of gears"

Exact synonyms: Engagement, Interlocking, Mesh
Generic synonyms: Contact, Impinging, Striking
Derivative terms: Engage, Engage, Mesh, Mesh



2. Noun. An open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals.
Exact synonyms: Mesh, Meshwork, Net, Network
Terms within: Backbone
Specialized synonyms: Chicken Wire, Gauze, Netting, Veiling, Hairnet, Reseau, Safety Net, Save-all, Snood, Spark Arrester, Sparker, Tulle, Grillwork, Wirework
Generic synonyms: Cloth, Fabric, Material, Textile
Derivative terms: Mesh, Net

3. Noun. The act of interlocking or meshing. "An interlocking of arms by the police held the crowd in check"
Exact synonyms: Interlock, Interlocking, Mesh
Generic synonyms: Catch, Grab, Snap, Snatch
Derivative terms: Interlock, Interlock, Interlock, Mesh

Definition of Meshing

1. Verb. (present participle of mesh) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Meshing

1. mesh [v] - See also: mesh

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meshing

meseraics
meses
meseta
mesetas
mesethmoid
mesethmoid bone
mesh
mesh graft
mesh network
mesh number
mesh numbers
mesh topology
meshes
meshier
meshiest
meshing (current term)
meshings
meshless
meshlike
meshuga
meshugaas
meshugah
meshugenah
meshugenahs
meshugeneh
meshugenehs
meshugga
meshuggah
meshugge
meshuggeneh

Literary usage of Meshing

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1. Fishes of Australia: A Popular and Systematic Guide to the Study of the by David George Stead (1906)
"Hauling-Net, Garfish-Net, meshing-Net, Gill-Net, Trammel-Net, Drum-Net, Trawl-Nets. FISH ECONOMICS.—Fish Oil, Fish Fertilizer, Skins of Fishes, ..."

2. The Automobile Handbook by Leonard Elliott Brookes (1918)
"with and meshing with the wheel hub. The wheel is then carried on two bearings that run on the outside of the axle housing tube. With Fig. ..."

3. Toothed Gearing by George Thomas White (1912)
"All Truly meshing Teeth Conjugate.— Teeth of wheels thus formed are known as conjugate teeth. All properly formed teeth whether cycloidal, involute or any ..."

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