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mesh
American English: /mɛʃ/
British English: /mɛʃ/

Translation of mesh in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 countable (opening) a broad/fine mesh
    malla abierta/fina
    Example sentences
    • The Bird Castle offers protection to smaller birds which can enter through the two-inch mesh, but the holes are small enough to keep out cats or birds of prey like kestrels.
    • Particles can stick to collagen fibrils or they can be hindered by the size of the mesh spacing between the fibrils.
    • When the net is close to the shore the men pull quickly to land the bag of the net, which traps the fish in its 4-inch mesh.
    1.2 uncountable (material) wire mesh
    tela (feminine) metálica
    malla (feminine) metálica
    Example sentences
    • They have been ordered to fence off the funfair from the hazardous buildings with a two metre high wire mesh fence.
    • The 30 ft long wire mesh fence - similar to those used at tennis courts - is a last-ditch attempt to end more than five years of harassment from a gang of youths.
    • Activist documents gave detailed instructions on how to cut through the toughest of wire mesh fences.

intransitive verb

  • (gears/cogs)
    engranar
    (views/systems/approaches)
    concordar
    cuadrar
    to mesh with something
    concondar or cuadrar con algo
    Example sentences
    • That gear meshes with three planet gears which in turn drive a second sun gear attached to the pinion shaft.
    • The patent then goes on to the patentee's special idea of an additional ‘oil pulley’ which meshes with a special extra set of teeth on the other side of the timing belt.
    • The output pinion of the traverse gearbox meshes with the gear rack segment attached to the carriage body, providing 800 mils of traverse.
    Example sentences
    • They also will work with the annual budget so proposals mesh with agency policy objectives and plans.
    • But over the years, one man's cattle raider has become another man's freedom fighter, and the Rob Roy story has been skewed to mesh with the rise of Scottish nationalism.
    • Trusting in the mystery that will lead me to whatever books will mesh with my current (non-academic) learning needs.

transitive verb

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