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hatch·ing

 (hăch′ĭng)
n.
1. Fine lines used in graphic arts to show shading.
2. The process of decorating with such lines.
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ha•chure

(hæˈʃʊər) ,

n., v. -chured, -chur•ing. n.
1. one of a series of short parallel lines drawn on a map to indicate topographic relief.
2. shading composed of such lines; hatching.
v.t.
3. to indicate or shade by hachures; hatch.
[1855–60; < French; see hatch3, -ure]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hatching - the production of young from an egghatching - the production of young from an egg
birthing, giving birth, parturition, birth - the process of giving birth
2.hatching - shading consisting of multiple crossing lineshatching - shading consisting of multiple crossing lines
shading - graded markings that indicate light or shaded areas in a drawing or painting
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Translations

hatching

1 [ˈhætʃɪŋ] N [of egg] → incubación f; [of chick] → salida f del huevo; [of insect, larva] → eclosión f (frm) (fig) [of scheme] → ideación f; [of plot] → maquinación f

hatching

2 [ˈhætʃɪŋ] N (Art) → sombreado m
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hatching

n (Art) → Schraffur f, → Schraffierung f
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