Definition of 'lattice'

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Example sentences containing 'lattice'

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The light fractured, as the leaves and branches of the hedges intercepted it, throwing a lattice of shadows at his feet. Barbara Erskine HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (1992)Instinctively, she turned her head to keep watch out of the lattice window as she'd done all those years ago. Forsythe, Malcolm THE BOOK LADY (1992)The slender lattice was too frail to bear the weight of a nuclear device' and Neil assumed that it was an old radio mast. Ballard, J. G. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1992)Through the lattice she could see a table set for perhaps a dozen people in the shade of an arbor. Kalpakian, Laura GRACED LAND (1992)

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Translations for 'lattice'

British English: lattice NOUN
A lattice is a pattern or structure made of strips of wood or another material which cross over each other diagonally leaving holes in between.
We were crawling along the narrow steel lattice of the bridge.
  • American English: lattice
  • Brazilian Portuguese: treliça
  • Chinese: 格状结构
  • European Spanish: enrejado
  • French: treillis
  • German: Gitter
  • Italian: graticolato
  • Japanese: 格子
  • Korean: 격자
  • European Portuguese: treliça
  • Latin American Spanish: enrejado


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