ruche

ruche

 (ro͞osh)
n.
A gathered ruffle or pleat of fabric used for trimming or decorating garments.
v. ruched, ruch·ing, ruch·es
v.intr.
To gather fabric in a repeating pattern to make such a pleat or ruffle.
v.tr.
To gather (fabric) in a repeating pattern to make such a pleat or ruffle.

[French, from Old French rusche, beehive, from Medieval Latin rūsca, bark of a tree (used for making beehives), of Celtic origin.]

ruched (ro͞osht) adj.

ruche

(ruːʃ) or

rouche

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a strip of pleated or frilled lawn, lace, etc, used to decorate blouses, dresses, etc, or worn around the neck like a small ruff as in the 16th century
[C19: from French, literally: beehive, from Medieval Latin rūsca bark of a tree, of Celtic origin]

ruche

( (ruʃ)

n.
a strip of pleated lace, net, muslin, or other material for trimming or finishing a dress, as at the collar or sleeves.
[1820–30; < French: literally, beehive < Gallo-Romance *rūsca bark]

ruche

- A frill of gathered ribbon as a trimming.
See also related terms for trim.
Translations

ruche

nRüsche f
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A cluster of tea-rose buds at the bosom and a ruche, reconciled Meg to the display of her pretty, white shoulders, and a pair of high-heeled silk boots satisfied the last wish of her heart.
When she trotted about the rooms the ruches quivered, the little bows all stood erect, and the streamers waved in the breeze so comically that it was absolutely necessary for Archie to smother the Brats in the curtains till they had had their first laugh out.
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The Cosmetic Valley facility, known as "La Ruche," is dedicated to skin care and cosmetics and employs 350 people.
Ruching is a wonderful way to add fabulous texture to your knitted fabric, and in this issue we feature two different ways to ruche your knits, page 62.
Selon des donnees du Conseil regional Souss-Massa-Draa, la production annuelle de la region se situe aux alentours de 925 mille kg de miel (22 PC de la production nationale), a raison de 5 kg par ruche traditionnelle et 14 kg par ruche moderne, sachant que le miel produit par l'abeille noire et l'abeille saharienne (les plus resistantes aux pathologies et les plus productives) representerait 159 millions de dh, soit 5 PC du budget de la region.
The cause of the alert is a batch of tapenade artisanale' preserve made by French company La Ruche in the Department of Vaucluse.
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Houston-based Harvest, which was considering putting itself on the block last year and had later shed some assets to Newfield Exploration, said it discovered 90 feet of oil pay at a depth of 9,953 ft in the Dussafu Ruche Marin-1 well.
En fait, dira le president de l'association organisatrice, Rabah Bouzidi, [beaucoup moins que] ce qui a sauve la saison, c'est l'Akfadou, grace aux pluies d'ete dont il a beneficie, ou la production a enregistre 40 kg de miel par ruche, alors qu'au niveau de la vallee et du littoral, la ruche peinait a offrir 2 kg [beaucoup plus grand que].
Contract notice: Call for applications for participation - insurance portfolio renewal chapelloise la ruche.