Definition of matting in English:

matting

Line breaks: matt|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈmatɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1Coarse material woven from natural fibres, used for mats: rush matting
More example sentences
  • I will need some moisture mats - thick layers of hemp fibre matting which sit on top of the waste.
  • In reality, rush matting was most frequently used on floors.
  • For example, cocoa matting is probably the least expensive material you can buy to cover floors in today's world.
2The process of becoming matted.
More example sentences
  • Keep in mind that hair caught in a sudden rainstorm could also be in danger of serious matting if the strands are not immediately combed out.
  • To avoid the clumping or matting of hair in long-haired cats, grooming with a brush or comb is recommended.

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