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net·ting

 (nĕt′ĭng)
n.
1. An openwork fabric; a net.
2. The act or process of making a net.
3. The act or process of fishing with a net.

netting

(ˈnɛtɪŋ)
n
any netted fabric or structure

net•ting

(ˈnɛt ɪŋ)

n.
any of various kinds of net fabric.
[1560–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.netting - a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weavenetting - a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave
cheesecloth - a coarse loosely woven cotton gauze; originally used to wrap cheeses
gossamer - a gauze fabric with an extremely fine texture
meshwork, meshing, network, mesh, net - an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
2.netting - creating nets
weaving - creating fabric

netting

noun
An open fabric woven of strands that are interlaced and knotted at usually regular intervals:
Translations
شَبَكَه
síťovina
net
compensation monétaire de groupetulle
net
sieťovina

netting

[ˈnetɪŋ] N (= wire) → malla f; (= nets) → redes fpl (Sew) → malla f
see also wire C

netting

[ˈnɛtɪŋ] n
(for fence)grillage m
(= fabric) → voile m mosquito netting

netting

nNetz nt; (= wire netting)Maschendraht m; (= fabric)Netzgewebe nt; (for curtains etc) → Tüll m

netting

[ˈnɛtɪŋ] n (nets) → reti fpl; (mesh) → rete (also wire netting) (for fence) → rete metallica, reticolato; (fabric) → tulle m

net1

(net) noun
(any of various devices for catching creatures, eg fish, or for any of a number of other purposes, consisting of) a loose open material made of knotted string, thread, wire etc. a fishing-net; a hair-net; a tennis-net; (also adjective) a net curtain.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈnetted
to catch in a net. They netted several tons of fish.
ˈnetting noun
material made in the form of a net. wire netting.
ˈnetball noun
a team-game in which a ball is thrown into a net hanging high up on a pole.
ˈnetwork noun
1. anything in the form of a net, ie with many lines crossing each other. A network of roads covered the countryside.
2. a widespread organization. a radio network; television networks.
3. a system of computers that can exchange messages and information. The Internet is a global computer network
References in classic literature ?
As Ned remarked, it did look like a camping party, for in the canoes were tents, cooking utensils and, most important, mosquito canopies of heavy netting.
Therefore it was imperative to sleep under mosquito netting.
Quick enough of comprehension, she understood me directly; her face became a little blanched--a very little--but no muscle in her rather marked features moved; and, calm and self-possessed, she retired from the estrade, taking her seat quietly at a little distance, and occupying herself with netting a purse.
Presently I discovered that she knew I was watching her, for she stirred not, she lifted not her crafty eyelid; she had glanced down from her netting to her small foot, peeping from the soft folds of her purple merino gown; thence her eye reverted to her hand, ivory white, with a bright garnet ring on the forefinger, and a light frill of lace round the wrist; with a scarcely perceptible movement she turned her head, causing her nut-brown curls to wave gracefully.
Hoop netting for lobsters and crabs is legal in California and is growing in popularity, especially among kayakers who use their craft to set nets in shallow water.
Morton, a kayak-fishing guide who lives in West Hills, has been hoop netting from a kayak since the lobster season opened at the end of September.
Congress previously directed the IRS to implement the most comprehensive netting procedures that are consistent with sound administrative practice.
Finally, new settlement techniques involving netting are being increasingly employed to reduce liquidity requirements and to control risk.
The Taxpayer Bill of Rights 2 required the Department of the Treasury to submit a report to the congressional tax-writing committees on: (1) the legal and policy issues relating to the netting of interest of federal overpayments and underpayments; and (2) the administrative practices of the Internal Revenue Service in that regard.
6 contains provisions designed to confirm the validity of contractual agreements providing for the netting of payment obligations between and among financial institutions, including depository institutions, securities brokers or dealers, and futures commission merchants.
In the event the Treasury Department concludes that it does not possess sufficient legal authority to promulgate such regulations, we urge the Administration to call for legislation authorizing interest netting as part of the President's fiscal year 1998 budget.
coordinated the preparation of the Institute's comments on the interest netting study, Robert H.