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meshnoun [U]

 us   /meʃ/
  • mesh noun [U] (NET)

a material loosely woven of wire, plastic, or thread so that it has spaces in it like a net: Pour the liquid through a strainer of fine mesh.

meshverb [I/T]

 us   /meʃ/
(of two or more things) to fit together or be suitable for each other: [I] The teeth of the smaller and larger gears mesh with each other. [I] Their ideas on how to run the company never really meshed.
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