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ha·chure

 (hă-sho͝or′, hăsh′o͝or)
n.
One of the short lines used on maps to shade or to indicate slopes and their degree and direction.
tr.v. (hă-sho͝or′) ha·chured, ha·chur·ing, ha·chures
To make hatching on (a map).

[French, from Old French, from hacher, to crosshatch; see hatch3.]

hachure

(hæˈʃjʊə)
n
1. (Art Terms) hatching. See hatch3
2. (Physical Geography) shading of short lines drawn on a relief map to indicate gradients
vb
(Physical Geography) (tr) to mark or show by hachures
[C19: from French, from hacher to chop up, hatch3]

ha•chure

(hæˈʃʊər) ,

n., v. -chured, -chur•ing. n.
1. one of a series of short parallel lines drawn on a map to indicate topographic relief.
2. shading composed of such lines; hatching.
v.t.
3. to indicate or shade by hachures; hatch.
[1855–60; < French; see hatch3, -ure]

hachure


Past participle: hachured
Gerund: hachuring

Imperative
hachure
hachure
Present
I hachure
you hachure
he/she/it hachures
we hachure
you hachure
they hachure
Preterite
I hachured
you hachured
he/she/it hachured
we hachured
you hachured
they hachured
Present Continuous
I am hachuring
you are hachuring
he/she/it is hachuring
we are hachuring
you are hachuring
they are hachuring
Present Perfect
I have hachured
you have hachured
he/she/it has hachured
we have hachured
you have hachured
they have hachured
Past Continuous
I was hachuring
you were hachuring
he/she/it was hachuring
we were hachuring
you were hachuring
they were hachuring
Past Perfect
I had hachured
you had hachured
he/she/it had hachured
we had hachured
you had hachured
they had hachured
Future
I will hachure
you will hachure
he/she/it will hachure
we will hachure
you will hachure
they will hachure
Future Perfect
I will have hachured
you will have hachured
he/she/it will have hachured
we will have hachured
you will have hachured
they will have hachured
Future Continuous
I will be hachuring
you will be hachuring
he/she/it will be hachuring
we will be hachuring
you will be hachuring
they will be hachuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hachuring
you have been hachuring
he/she/it has been hachuring
we have been hachuring
you have been hachuring
they have been hachuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hachuring
you will have been hachuring
he/she/it will have been hachuring
we will have been hachuring
you will have been hachuring
they will have been hachuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hachuring
you had been hachuring
he/she/it had been hachuring
we had been hachuring
you had been hachuring
they had been hachuring
Conditional
I would hachure
you would hachure
he/she/it would hachure
we would hachure
you would hachure
they would hachure
Past Conditional
I would have hachured
you would have hachured
he/she/it would have hachured
we would have hachured
you would have hachured
they would have hachured
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hachure - shading consisting of multiple crossing lineshachure - shading consisting of multiple crossing lines
shading - graded markings that indicate light or shaded areas in a drawing or painting
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