matted


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mat·ted

 (măt′ĭd)
adj.
1. Covered with or made from mats.
2. Tangled in a dense mass: tried to push through the matted undergrowth.

matted

(ˈmætɪd)
adj
1. tangled into a thick mass: matted hair.
2. covered with or formed of matting
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.matted - tangled in a dense mass; "tried to push through the matted undergrowth"
tangled - in a confused mass; "pushed back her tangled hair"; "the tangled ropes"
2.matted - not reflecting lightmatted - 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"

matted

adjective tangled, knotted, unkempt, knotty, tousled, ratty, uncombed She had matted hair and torn dusty clothes.
Translations
أشْعَث الشَّعْر
rozcuchaný
összegubancolt
flæktur, flókinn
keçeleşmiş

matted

[ˈmætɪd] ADJenmarañado y apelmazado
matted hairgreñas fpl, pelo m enmarañado y apelmazado
matted with bloodenmarañado y apelmazado por la sangre

matted

[ˈmætɪd] adj [hair, fur] → emmêlé(e)matt emulsion npeinture f mate

matted

adjverfilzt; hair matted with blood/mudmit Blut/Schlamm verkrustetes Haar

matted

[ˈmætɪd] adj (hair) → arruffato/a; (sweater) → infeltrito/a

mat

(mӕt) noun
a flat piece of material (rushes, rubber, carpet, cork etc) for wiping shoes on, covering a floor, or various other purposes. Wipe your shoes on the doormat; a table mat.
ˈmatted adjective
in a thick untidy mess. matted hair.
ˈmatting noun
a material used for making mats. coconut matting.
References in classic literature ?
I left the road and went around through a stretch of pasture that was always cropped short in summer, where the gaillardia came up year after year and matted over the ground with the deep, velvety red that is in Bokhara carpets.
After penetrating through the brush, matted as it was with briars, for a few hundred feet, he entered an open space, that surrounded a low, green hillock, which was crowned by the decayed blockhouse in question.
On that side of the road where the brook entered the wood, a group of oaks and chestnuts, matted thick with wild grape-vines, threw a cavernous gloom over it.
Their tawny features, now all begrimed with smoke and sweat, their matted beards, and the contrasting barbaric brilliancy of their teeth, all these were strangely revealed in the capricious emblazonings of the works.