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mesh

noun [C or U] uk   /meʃ/ us  
(a piece of) material like a net with spaces in it, made from wire, plastic, or thread: a sieve with a fine/large mesh a wire mesh fence

mesh

verb [I] uk   /meʃ/ us  

mesh verb [I] (SUIT)

When different things or people mesh, they suit each other or work well together: The members of the team just didn't mesh. I need a job that meshes with my family life, as I have two little kids.

mesh verb [I] (JOIN)

specialized engineering to join together in the correct position: The car's gears aren't meshing correctly.
Translations of “mesh”
in Spanish malla…
in French maille, réseau…
in German die Masche, das Netz…
in Chinese (Traditional) (金屬絲、塑膠或線織成的)網,網狀物…
in Russian сетка…
in Turkish ağ, file…
in Chinese (Simplified) (金属丝、塑料或线织成的)网,网状物…
in Polish siatka…
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