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in·laid

 (ĭn′lād′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of inlay.
adj.
1. Set into a surface in a decorative pattern: a mahogany dresser with an inlaid teak design.
2. Decorated with a pattern set into a surface: inlaid antique furniture.
3. Having a pattern that goes through to the backing. Used of linoleum or vinyl flooring.

inlaid

(ˈɪnˌleɪd; ɪnˈleɪd)
adj
1. (Crafts) set in the surface, as a design in wood
2. (Crafts) having such a design or inlay: an inlaid table.

in•laid

(ˈɪnˌleɪd, ɪnˈleɪd)

adj.
1. set into the surface of something: an inlaid design on a chest.
2. decorated or made with a design set into the surface: an inlaid table.
[1590–1600; past participle of inlay]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inlaid - adorned by inlays
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction

inlaid

adjective inset, set, lined, panelled, graced, adorned, ornamented, embellished, festooned a box inlaid with little triangles
Translations
مُرَصَّع، مُطَعَّم
vykládaný
indlagt
intarziás
ígreyptur
kakmalı

inlaid

[ˈɪnˈleɪd]
A. ADJ (with wood, tiles) → taraceado (with de) (with jewels) → incrustado (with de)
B. CPD [table, box] → de marquetería; [floor] → con incrustaciones
inlaid work Ntaracea f

inlaid

[ˌɪnˈleɪd] adj (with jewels)incrusté(e); [box, table, wood] → marqueté(e)
inlaid with sth → incrusté(e) de qch
marble inlaid with precious stones → du marbre incrusté de pierres précieuses
wood inlaid with brass → du bois incrusté de laiton

inlaid

ptp of inlay
adjeingelegt (with mit); inlaid tableTisch mmit Einlegearbeit; inlaid workEinlegearbeit f

inlaid

[ˈɪnˈleɪd] adj (table, box) inlaid (with)intarsiato/a (di)

inlay

(ˈinlei) noun
material set into the surface of eg a table to form a design. The top of the table had an inlay of ivory.
ˌinˈlaid adjective
decorated in this way. an inlaid table.

inlaid

a. incrustado-a; embutido-a.
References in classic literature ?
He took the goads to his horses, and his whip inlaid in his right hand.
Here, in a new shrine--in a hall inlaid with precious stones, under a roof supported by pillars of gold--the moon-god was set up and worshipped.
Then Sir Richard had the packs laid upon the ground and opened, whereupon a great shout went up that made the forest ring again, for lo, there were tenscore bows of finest Spanish yew, all burnished till they shone again, and each bow inlaid with fanciful figures in silver, yet not inlaid so as to mar their strength.
They wore swords with beautiful hilts, either of silver, or sometimes of polished steel, inlaid with gold.
Finding they were determined to go, the Winkies gave Toto and the Lion each a golden collar; and to Dorothy they presented a beautiful bracelet studded with diamonds; and to the Scarecrow they gave a gold-headed walking stick, to keep him from stumbling; and to the Tin Woodman they offered a silver oil-can, inlaid with gold and set with precious jewels.
On one side of the saddle hung a short battle-axe, richly inlaid with Damascene carving; on the other the rider's plumed head-piece and hood of mail, with a long two-handed sword, used by the chivalry of the period.
Here it is," said Aramis, taking a small key from his breast and opening a little ebony box inlaid with mother of pearl, "here it is.
Not ten minutes later we came into a vast circular apartment of white marble, the walls of which were inlaid with gold in the strange hieroglyphics of the First Born.
It was constructed of gleaming white marble inlaid with gold and brilliant stones which sparkled and scintillated in the sunlight.
I don't even know what is in this paper," said the younger of the two ladies, addressing Prince Vasili and pointing to an inlaid portfolio she held in her hand.
The uniforms of the girl soldiers were pretty and of gay colors, and their silver-tipped spears were bright and glistening, the long shafts being inlaid with mother-of-pearl.
For first prize we have offered a purse containing twoscore golden pounds; for second, a purse containing twoscore silver pennies; and for third a silver bugle, inlaid with gold.