Hay 2 definiciones de fess en inglés:

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Saltos de línea: fess
(also fesse)

sustantivo

Heraldry
  • An ordinary in the form of a broad horizontal stripe across the middle of the shield.
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    • The family arms were; ‘Argent, a fess between six crosslets fitchee sable.’
    • Fess, bend, chevron and pall describes the way the shield is divided and division can depend on the metals, colors and objects within it.
    • A checkered band of blue and silver (called 'fess') is placed across the center of the shield and this is taken from the Arms of Stewart to denote descent from that family.

Frases

in fess

Across the middle third of the field.
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  • Two or more charges arranged in a horizontal row are blazoned in fess.
  • On Gawsworth church tower this shield has, in addition, two lozenges in fess.

Origen

late 15th century: from Old French fesse, alteration of faisse, from Latin fascia 'band'. Compare with fascia.

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Pronunciación: meɪdʒ
noun
a magician or learned person

Hay 2 definiciones de fess en inglés:

fess2

Saltos de línea: fess

verbo

[no object] (fess up) • informal
  • Confess; own up: ‘Fess up,’ she demanded. ‘What were you doing in Peter’s private office?’
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    • The format may have remained the same - with weekly tasks, shopping budgets, fessing up in the diary room, and nominations for eviction - but the contestants have become acutely aware that nothing they do or say is really private.
    • Anyway, I think it's time I stop apologizing and instead start fessing up, with like, really unabashed, reckless, so-not-indie abandon.
    • In that column, he went on at length about how the petroleum industry's bad because it encourages car dependency and other unsustainable practices, without fessing up to his own complicity in car culture.

Origen

early 19th century: shortening of confess.

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