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netting Line breaks: net|ting
Pronunciation: /ˈnɛtɪŋ/

Definition of netting in English:


[mass noun]
Open-meshed material made by knotting together twine, wire, rope, or thread: protect crops from pigeons and other birds with netting mosquito netting
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  • She makes wonderful things out of papier-mache, and chicken netting and copper wire.
  • Green netting is holding it together until contractors can begin work.
  • Whole families grab homemade nets of mosquito netting or cheesecloth and wade into the sea.

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