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matt

(mæt) or

matte

adj, n, vb
variant spellings of mat22, mat13, mat25

Matt.

Matthew.

matt


Past participle: matted
Gerund: matting

Imperative
matt
matt
Present
I matt
you matt
he/she/it matts
we matt
you matt
they matt
Preterite
I matted
you matted
he/she/it matted
we matted
you matted
they matted
Present Continuous
I am matting
you are matting
he/she/it is matting
we are matting
you are matting
they are matting
Present Perfect
I have matted
you have matted
he/she/it has matted
we have matted
you have matted
they have matted
Past Continuous
I was matting
you were matting
he/she/it was matting
we were matting
you were matting
they were matting
Past Perfect
I had matted
you had matted
he/she/it had matted
we had matted
you had matted
they had matted
Future
I will matt
you will matt
he/she/it will matt
we will matt
you will matt
they will matt
Future Perfect
I will have matted
you will have matted
he/she/it will have matted
we will have matted
you will have matted
they will have matted
Future Continuous
I will be matting
you will be matting
he/she/it will be matting
we will be matting
you will be matting
they will be matting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been matting
you have been matting
he/she/it has been matting
we have been matting
you have been matting
they have been matting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been matting
you will have been matting
he/she/it will have been matting
we will have been matting
you will have been matting
they will have been matting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been matting
you had been matting
he/she/it had been matting
we had been matting
you had been matting
they had been matting
Conditional
I would matt
you would matt
he/she/it would matt
we would matt
you would matt
they would matt
Past Conditional
I would have matted
you would have matted
he/she/it would have matted
we would have matted
you would have matted
they would have matted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.matt - the property of having little or no contrast; lacking highlights or gloss
dullness - a lack of visual brightness; "the brightness of the orange sky was reflected in the dullness of the orange sea"
Adj.1.matt - not reflecting lightmatt - not reflecting light; not glossy; "flat wall paint"; "a photograph with a matte finish"
dull - emitting or reflecting very little light; "a dull glow"; "dull silver badly in need of a polish"; "a dull sky"
Translations

matt

[mæt] ADJmate

matt

[ˈmæt] adj [paint, colour, finish, paper] → mat(e)
matt photograph → photo f sur papier mat

matt

adjmatt, mattiert; a paint with a matt finishein Mattlack m

matt

[mæt] adjopaco/a
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