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mat  

[1]  
      n  
1    a thick flat piece of fabric used as a floor covering, a place to wipe one's shoes, etc.  
2    a smaller pad of material used to protect a surface from the heat, scratches, etc., of an object placed upon it  
3    a large piece of thick padded material put on the floor as a surface for wrestling, judo, or gymnastic sports  
4      (N.Z.)   a Maori cloak  
5    go back to the mat     (N.Z.)   to abandon urban civilization  
6    any surface or mass that is densely interwoven or tangled  
a mat of grass and weeds     
7    the solid part of a lace design  
8    a heavy net of cable or rope laid over a blasting site to prevent the scatter of debris  
9      (Civil engineering)      short for       mattress       3  
      vb   , mats, matting, matted  
10    to tangle or weave or become tangled or woven into a dense mass  
11    tr   to cover with a mat or mats  
     (Old English matte; related to Old High German matta)  
  matless      adj  
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mat   [3]  
      n     (Printing, informal)      short for       matrix       5  

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matrix  
      n   pl   , matrices   , matrixes  
1    a substance, situation, or environment in which something has its origin, takes form, or is enclosed  
2      (Anatomy)   the thick tissue at the base of a nail from which a fingernail or toenail develops  
3    the intercellular substance of bone, cartilage, connective tissue, etc.  
4   
a    the rock material in which fossils, pebbles, etc., are embedded  
b    the material in which a mineral is embedded; gangue  
5      (Printing)  
a    a metal mould for casting type  
b    a papier-mâché or plastic mould impressed from the forme and used for stereotyping,   (Sometimes shortened to)    mat         
6    a mould used in the production of gramophone records. It is obtained by electrodeposition onto the master  
7    a bed of perforated material placed beneath a workpiece in a press or stamping machine against which the punch operates  
8      (Metallurgy)  
a    the shaped cathode used in electroforming  
b    the metal constituting the major part of an alloy  
c    the soft metal in a plain bearing in which the hard particles of surface metal are embedded  
9      (Maths)   a rectangular array of elements set out in rows and columns, used to facilitate the solution of problems, such as the transformation of coordinates. Usually indicated by parentheses: (<matrix>)  
   Compare       determinant       3  
10      (Linguistics)   the main clause of a complex sentence  
11      (Computing)   a rectangular array of circuit elements usually used to generate one set of signals from another  
12    Obsolete   the womb  
     (C16: from Latin: womb, female animal used for breeding, from mater mother)  


mat   [1]  
      n  
1    a thick flat piece of fabric used as a floor covering, a place to wipe one's shoes, etc.  
2    a smaller pad of material used to protect a surface from the heat, scratches, etc., of an object placed upon it  
3    a large piece of thick padded material put on the floor as a surface for wrestling, judo, or gymnastic sports  
4      (N.Z.)   a Maori cloak  
5    go back to the mat     (N.Z.)   to abandon urban civilization  
6    any surface or mass that is densely interwoven or tangled  
a mat of grass and weeds     
7    the solid part of a lace design  
8    a heavy net of cable or rope laid over a blasting site to prevent the scatter of debris  
9      (Civil engineering)      short for       mattress       3  
      vb   , mats, matting, matted  
10    to tangle or weave or become tangled or woven into a dense mass  
11    tr   to cover with a mat or mats  
     (Old English matte; related to Old High German matta)  
  matless      adj  
mat   [2]  
      n  
1    a border of cardboard, cloth, etc., placed around a picture to act as a frame or as a contrast between picture and frame  
2    a surface, as on metal or paint  
      adj  
3    having a dull, lustreless, or roughened surface  
      vb   , mats, matting, matted   tr  
4    to furnish (a picture) with a mat  
5    to give (a surface) a mat finish,   (Also (for senses 2, 3, 5))    matt  
     (C17: from French, literally: dead; see checkmate)  
mat   [3]  
      n     (Printing, informal)      short for       matrix       5  
mat.  
      abbrev. for   matinée  
mat grass  
      n   a widespread perennial European grass, Nardus stricta, with dense tufts of bristly leaves, characteristic of peaty moors  
sea mat  
      n      a popular name for a       bryozoan  
surf mat  
      n     (Austral)  
informal   a small inflatable rubber mattress used to ride on waves  

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mat   [2]  
      n  
1    a border of cardboard, cloth, etc., placed around a picture to act as a frame or as a contrast between picture and frame  
2    a surface, as on metal or paint  
      adj  
3    having a dull, lustreless, or roughened surface  
      vb   , mats, matting, matted   tr  
4    to furnish (a picture) with a mat  
5    to give (a surface) a mat finish,   (Also (for senses 2, 3, 5))    matt  
     (C17: from French, literally: dead; see checkmate)  

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mattress  
      n  
1    a large flat pad with a strong cover, filled with straw, foam rubber, etc., and often incorporating coiled springs, used as a bed or as part of a bed  
2      (Also called)    Dutch mattress   a woven mat of brushwood, poles, etc., used to protect an embankment, dyke, etc., from scour  
3    a concrete or steel raft or slab used as a foundation or footing,   (Sometimes shortened to)    mat         
4    a network of reinforcing rods or expanded metal sheeting, used in reinforced concrete  
5      (Civil engineering)      another name for       blinding       3  
     (C13: via Old French from Italian materasso, from Arabic almatrah place where something is thrown)  


mat   [1]  
      n  
1    a thick flat piece of fabric used as a floor covering, a place to wipe one's shoes, etc.  
2    a smaller pad of material used to protect a surface from the heat, scratches, etc., of an object placed upon it  
3    a large piece of thick padded material put on the floor as a surface for wrestling, judo, or gymnastic sports  
4      (N.Z.)   a Maori cloak  
5    go back to the mat     (N.Z.)   to abandon urban civilization  
6    any surface or mass that is densely interwoven or tangled  
a mat of grass and weeds     
7    the solid part of a lace design  
8    a heavy net of cable or rope laid over a blasting site to prevent the scatter of debris  
9      (Civil engineering)      short for       mattress       3  
      vb   , mats, matting, matted  
10    to tangle or weave or become tangled or woven into a dense mass  
11    tr   to cover with a mat or mats  
     (Old English matte; related to Old High German matta)  
  matless      adj  
mat   [2]  
      n  
1    a border of cardboard, cloth, etc., placed around a picture to act as a frame or as a contrast between picture and frame  
2    a surface, as on metal or paint  
      adj  
3    having a dull, lustreless, or roughened surface  
      vb   , mats, matting, matted   tr  
4    to furnish (a picture) with a mat  
5    to give (a surface) a mat finish,   (Also (for senses 2, 3, 5))    matt  
     (C17: from French, literally: dead; see checkmate)  
mat   [3]  
      n     (Printing, informal)      short for       matrix       5  
mat.  
      abbrev. for   matinée  
mat grass  
      n   a widespread perennial European grass, Nardus stricta, with dense tufts of bristly leaves, characteristic of peaty moors  
sea mat  
      n      a popular name for a       bryozoan  
surf mat  
      n     (Austral)  
informal   a small inflatable rubber mattress used to ride on waves  

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mat., mat grass, sea mat, sea mat

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