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mesh

 (mĕsh)
n.
1.
a. Any of the open spaces in a net or network; an interstice.
b. often meshes The cords, threads, or wires surrounding these spaces.
2. An openwork fabric or structure; a net or network: a screen made of wire mesh.
3. often meshes Something that snares or entraps: "Arabia had become entangled in the meshes of ... politics" (W. Montgomery Watt).
4.
a. The engagement of gear teeth.
b. The state of being so engaged: gear teeth in mesh.
v. meshed, mesh·ing, mesh·es
v.tr.
1. To catch in or as if in a net; ensnare.
2. To cause (gear teeth) to become engaged.
3. To cause to work closely together; coordinate.
v.intr.
1. To become entangled.
2. To become engaged or interlocked: gears that are not meshing properly.
3.
a. To fit together effectively; be coordinated.
b. To accord with another or each other; harmonize.

[Middle English mesch, probably from Middle Dutch maesche.]

mesh′y adj.

mesh

(mɛʃ)
n
1. a network; net
2. an open space between the strands of a network
3. (often plural) the strands surrounding these spaces
4. anything that ensnares, or holds like a net: the mesh of the secret police.
5. (Mechanical Engineering) the engagement of teeth on interacting gearwheels: the gears are in mesh.
6. a measure of spacing of the strands of a mesh or grid, expressed as the distance between strands for coarse meshes or a number of strands per unit length for fine meshes
vb
7. to entangle or become entangled
8. (Mechanical Engineering) (of gear teeth) to engage or cause to engage
9. (often foll by: with) to coordinate (with): to mesh with a policy.
10. to work or cause to work in harmony
[C16: probably from Dutch maesche; related to Old English masc, Old High German masca]
ˈmeshy adj

mesh

(mɛʃ)

n.
1. an arrangement of interlocking metal links or wires with evenly spaced, uniform small openings between, as used in jewelry, sieves, etc.
2. any knit, woven, or knotted fabric of open texture.
3. an interwoven or intertwined structure; network.
4. one of the open spaces between the cords, wires, etc., of a net or screen.
5. meshes,
a. the cords, wires, etc., that bind such spaces.
b. a means of catching or holding fast: the meshes of the law.
6. the engagement of gear teeth.
v.t.
7. to catch or entangle in or as if in a net; enmesh.
8. to form with meshes, as a net.
9. to engage, as gear teeth.
10. to cause to match, coordinate, or interlock.
v.i.
11. to become enmeshed.
12. to become or be engaged, as the teeth of gears.
13. to match, coordinate, or interlock.
[1375–1425; late Middle English mesch, appar. continuing Old English masc, max; akin to Middle Dutch maesche, Old High German māsca]
mesh′y, adj. mesh•i•er, mesh•i•est.

mesh


Past participle: meshed
Gerund: meshing

Imperative
mesh
mesh
Present
I mesh
you mesh
he/she/it meshes
we mesh
you mesh
they mesh
Preterite
I meshed
you meshed
he/she/it meshed
we meshed
you meshed
they meshed
Present Continuous
I am meshing
you are meshing
he/she/it is meshing
we are meshing
you are meshing
they are meshing
Present Perfect
I have meshed
you have meshed
he/she/it has meshed
we have meshed
you have meshed
they have meshed
Past Continuous
I was meshing
you were meshing
he/she/it was meshing
we were meshing
you were meshing
they were meshing
Past Perfect
I had meshed
you had meshed
he/she/it had meshed
we had meshed
you had meshed
they had meshed
Future
I will mesh
you will mesh
he/she/it will mesh
we will mesh
you will mesh
they will mesh
Future Perfect
I will have meshed
you will have meshed
he/she/it will have meshed
we will have meshed
you will have meshed
they will have meshed
Future Continuous
I will be meshing
you will be meshing
he/she/it will be meshing
we will be meshing
you will be meshing
they will be meshing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been meshing
you have been meshing
he/she/it has been meshing
we have been meshing
you have been meshing
they have been meshing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been meshing
you will have been meshing
he/she/it will have been meshing
we will have been meshing
you will have been meshing
they will have been meshing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been meshing
you had been meshing
he/she/it had been meshing
we had been meshing
you had been meshing
they had been meshing
Conditional
I would mesh
you would mesh
he/she/it would mesh
we would mesh
you would mesh
they would mesh
Past Conditional
I would have meshed
you would have meshed
he/she/it would have meshed
we would have meshed
you would have meshed
they would have meshed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mesh - the number of openings per linear inch of a screenmesh - the number of openings per linear inch of a screen; measures size of particles; "a 100 mesh screen"; "100 mesh powdered cellulose"
linear measure, linear unit - a unit of measurement of length
in, inch - a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot
2.mesh - contact by fitting togethermesh - contact by fitting together; "the engagement of the clutch"; "the meshing of gears"
impinging, striking, contact - the physical coming together of two or more things; "contact with the pier scraped paint from the hull"
3.mesh - the topology of a network whose components are all connected directly to every other component
network topology, topology - the configuration of a communication network
4.mesh - an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervalsmesh - an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
backbone - the part of a network that connects other networks together; "the backbone is the part of a communication network that carries the heaviest traffic"
chicken wire - a galvanized wire network with a hexagonal mesh; used to build fences
cloth, fabric, textile, material - artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; "the fabric in the curtains was light and semitransparent"; "woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC"; "she measured off enough material for a dress"
netting, veiling, gauze - a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave
hairnet - a small net that some women wear over their hair to keep it in place
reseau - a net or mesh foundation for lace
safety net - a large strong net to catch circus acrobats who fall or jump from a trapeze
save-all - a net hung between ship and pier while loading a ship
snood - an ornamental net in the shape of a bag that confines a woman's hair; pins or ties at the back of the head
sparker, spark arrester - a wire net to stop sparks from an open fireplace or smokestack
tulle - a fine (often starched) net used for veils or tutus or gowns
grillwork, wirework - mesh netting made of wires
5.mesh - the act of interlocking or meshingmesh - the act of interlocking or meshing; "an interlocking of arms by the police held the crowd in check"
snap, grab, snatch, catch - the act of catching an object with the hands; "Mays made the catch with his back to the plate"; "he made a grab for the ball before it landed"; "Martin's snatch at the bridle failed and the horse raced away"; "the infielder's snap and throw was a single motion"
Verb1.mesh - keep engaged; "engaged the gears"
flip, switch, throw - cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation; "switch on the light"; "throw the lever"
ride - keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot; "Don't ride the clutch!"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
2.mesh - coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively
coordinate, organise, organize - bring order and organization to; "Can you help me organize my files?"
3.mesh - work together in harmonymesh - work together in harmony    
relate - have or establish a relationship to; "She relates well to her peers"
4.mesh - entangle or catch in (or as if in) a meshmesh - entangle or catch in (or as if in) a mesh
mat, entangle, snarl, tangle - twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; "The child entangled the cord"

mesh

noun
1. net, netting, network, web, tracery The ground-floor windows are obscured by wire mesh.
2. trap, web, tangle, toils, snare, entanglement He lures young talent into his mesh.
verb
1. engage, combine, connect, knit, come together, coordinate, interlock, dovetail, fit together, harmonize Their senses of humour meshed perfectly.
2. entangle, catch, net, trap, tangle, snare, ensnare, enmesh limes and plane trees meshed in unpruned disorder

mesh

noun
1. An open fabric woven of strands that are interlaced and knotted at usually regular intervals:
2. Something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex.Often used in plural:
verb
To come or bring together and interlock:
Translations
تَشَبُّك أسْنان التُّروسشَبَكَهفَتحات الشَّبَكَه
oko sítěpletivosíťzapadnout do sebe
gribe ind i hinandennet
hálószemösszekapcsolódnak
grípa; tengjastmöskvinet
tinklelis
acslamatasnonākt sazobē/sakabētīkli
zapadnúť do seba

mesh

[meʃ]
A. N
1. (= spacing) → malla f
2. (= netting) wire meshtela f metálica, malla f metálica
3. (= network, net, also fig) → red f
4. (= gears etc) in meshengranado
B. VT to get meshedenredarse (in en)
C. VI (Tech) → engranar (with con)

mesh

[ˈmɛʃ]
n
(plastic, metal)mailles fpl
nylon mesh → tulle de nylon
vi
[gears] → s'engrener
(= harmonize) [ideas, attitudes] → s'accorder
to mesh with sth → s'accorder avec qch
to mesh with the facts [story] → cadrer avec les faits

mesh

n
(= hole)Masche f; (= size of hole)Maschenweite f; caught in the fine mesh of the netin den feinen Maschen des Netzes gefangen; fine mesh stockingsfeinmaschige Strümpfe pl; the big mesh of this material makes it idealdie Grobmaschigkeit dieses Materials ist ideal; a 5mm mesh screenein 5 mm Maschendraht; the mesh is big enough to see throughes ist großmaschig genug, um durchzusehen
(material) (= wire mesh)Maschendraht m; (= network of wires)Drahtgeflecht nt; (Tex) → Gittergewebe nt
(Mech) out of meshnicht im Eingriff; in meshim Eingriff; the tight mesh of the cogwheelsdie enge Verzahnung der Räder
(fig) to catch or entangle somebody in one’s meshesjdn umgarnen, jdn in sein Netz locken; to be caught in somebody’s meshesjdm ins Netz gegangen sein; a mesh of liesein Lügengespinst nt
vi
(Mech) → eingreifen (→ with in +acc); the gears mesh (together)die Zahnräder greifen ineinander
(fig: views, approach) → sich vereinen lassen; he tried to make the departments mesh (together)er versuchte, die einzelnen Abteilungen miteinander zu koordinieren
vt = enmesh

mesh

[mɛʃ]
1. n
a. (in net) → maglia
a 6-cm mesh net → una rete con maglie di 6 cm
b. (network, net) → rete f
wire mesh → rete f metallica
c. (gears) in meshingranato/a
2. vi (gears) → ingranare

mesh

(meʃ) noun
1. (one of) the openings between the threads of a net. a net of (a) very fine (= small) mesh.
2. (often in plural) a network. A fly was struggling in the meshes of the spider's web.
verb
(of teeth on eg gear wheels) to become engaged with each other. The teeth on these two cogwheels mesh when they go round.

mesh

n (surg) malla
References in classic literature ?
But, out of the whole human family, it would not have been easy to select the same number of wise and virtuous persons, who should he less capable of sitting in judgment on an erring woman's heart, and disentangling its mesh of good and evil, than the sages of rigid aspect towards whom Hester Prynne now turned her face.
And for a good quarter of a mile, from the dockyard gate to the farthest corner, where the old housed-in hulk, the President (drill-ship, then, of the Naval Reserve), used to lie with her frigate side rubbing against the stone of the quay, above all these hulls, ready and unready, a hundred and fifty lofty masts, more or less, held out the web of their rigging like an immense net, in whose close mesh, black against the sky, the heavy yards seemed to be entangled and suspended.
Then, examining the mesh of events in her own life, she seemed to see the vanity of her father's pride; the gentlemanly suitor awaiting herself in her mother's fancy; to see him as a grimacing personage, laughing at her poverty, and her shrouded knightly ancestry.
She entangled him," Aunt Celia intervened, with a very curious smoothness of intonation, which seemed to convey a vision of threads weaving and interweaving a close, white mesh round their victim.
At the same time the chauffeur attempted to start his machine, but it was evident that something had gone wrong, as though the gears refused to mesh, and the delay caused by this, while he pushed the lever into reverse and backed the car a few inches before again attempting to go ahead, gave the nurse time to reach the side of the taxicab.
This in itself would not be bad, were it not for the small mesh of the nets, so small that the tiniest fishes, little new-hatched things not a quarter of an inch long, cannot pass through.
The virulence of this poison may be judged of from the fact that in half a minute I opened the mesh, and found a large wasp quite lifeless.
On every side the gilt of picture frames or the glint of sunlight through the filmy mesh of lace curtains flashed in her eyes.
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Use of 3D tetrahedral mesh eliminates the need for special modeling techniques to represent the gas channels, substantially reducing model preparation time and facilitating a more accurate representation of the part.
Based on the Sensimesh distributed mesh network architecture, the H900 Wireless SensorNet System enables inexpensive low power sensor nodes to communicate directly with one another, in either full mesh, partial mesh, or hub and spoke configurations.