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mesh

mesh

 
 
pronunciation:
mesh
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb & intransitive verb
part of speech: noun
definition 1: any of the open spaces in a net, sieve, wire screen, or the like.
similar words:
space
definition 2: (often pl.) the threads, cords, or wires woven to form such objects.
synonyms:
cord, fibers, filaments, strands, threads, wire
definition 3: a fabric or article made of material woven to form meshes.
synonyms:
net
similar words:
grille, lace, netting, screen, web
definition 4: anything that catches, holds, or entraps.
He was caught in the meshes of his own lies.
synonyms:
entanglement, net, snare, tangle, toils
similar words:
labyrinth, maze, snarl, trap, web
definition 5: a fitting together, as of gear teeth.
synonyms:
interlock
similar words:
connection, fit
 
part of speech: transitive verb & intransitive verb
inflections: meshed, meshes, meshing
definition 1: to entangle or become entangled, as in a net.
synonyms:
entangle, interlock, snare, tangle
similar words:
engage, net, snarl, trammel, trap
definition 2: to engage or cause to engage.
The gears meshed.
synonyms:
engage, interlock
antonyms:
disengage
similar words:
connect
definition 3: to coordinate or interweave, or become coordinated or interweaved.
She meshed her plans with her family's.Your wishes mesh with my intentions.
synonyms:
coordinate, correspond, interweave, match
similar words:
accord, agree, dovetail, fit