verb[with object] (usually as adjective embossed)
- 1Carve, mould, or stamp a design on (a surface or object) so that it stands out in relief: an embossed brass dish the silverware is embossed with falconsMore example sentences
- They had the wrong magnetic stripe on the card: the front was embossed with the holder's details, but the account and PIN encrypted on the stripe pointed somewhere else.
- The sides are also embossed with Shuttle's branding.
- The front was embossed with a teal hummingbird sitting on a tie-dyed tree stump.
- 1.1Carve, mould, or stamp (a design) on a surface or object: a dull gold casing with the logo embossed on the frontMore example sentences
- Bags with embroidered or embossed detailing are key this season, because they can be worn with most of the trends.
- Opt for these sturdy, colorful notebooks with your logo subtly embossed on the cover fabric.
- The design features the official Scouting Association arrowhead logo embossed over a globe, representing the worldwide growth of Scouting since 1907.
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- The new software, ‘Mount Batten Pro-Talking Electronic Brailler’ works as an embosser, connected to a computer.
- Gather one or more of the following embossers (or discover your own alternatives) to create a design.
- A Braille embosser, also called a Braille printer, uses Braille translation software to convert regular text to Braille and produce a Braille document.
late Middle English: from the Old French base of obsolete French embosser, from em- 'into' + boce 'protuberance'.
More definitions of embossDefinition of emboss in:
- The US English dictionary