Definition of patchwork in English:

patchwork

Line breaks: patch|work
Pronunciation: /ˈpatʃwəːk
 
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noun

[mass noun]

Derivatives

patchworked

adjective
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  • On the broad streets where the German cobbles are patchworked with crusty commie asphalt and potholes, hundreds of nicked western BMWs, Mercedes and Fiats lurch and belch around ancient trams and trolleybuses.
  • Her hands are making tiny swimming motions in the air as they pull her avatar through the sidewalks rendered on the inside of her glasses, patchworked in realtime from same node transmissions which made night day for me.
  • Teaching sustainable building skills to help replace the fire-hazard corrugated zinc sheeting patchworked together into houses (without having to rely on the 10-year old unfulfilled government housing promises).

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