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chatter markalso chat·ter·mark (chăt′ər-märk′)
1. A riblike marking on wood or metal, caused by vibration of a cutting tool.
2. Geology One of a series of short scars made by glacial drift on a surface of bedrock.
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1. (Geological Science) any of a series of grooves, pits, and scratches on the surface of a rock, usually made by the movement of a glacier
2. (Mechanical Engineering) another name for chatter8
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1. a mark left on work by a chattering tool.
2. any of a series of irregular gouges made on a rock surface by the movement of rock fragments over it.
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|Noun||1.||chatter mark - marks on a glaciated rock caused by the movement of a glacier|
|2.||chatter mark - a mark made by a chattering tool on the surface of a workpiece|
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