moiré

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See also: moire, möire, and Moire

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

French moiré (watered, clouded)

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Noun[edit]

moiré (plural moirés)

  1. A pattern that emerges when two grids are superimposed over one another, sometimes unintended or undesirable in many applications such as in weaving and screenprinting.
  2. A fabric, often silk, which has a watery or wavelike appearance.

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Finnish[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /ˈmo̞ɑre̞ː/
  • Hyphenation: moi‧ré

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Noun[edit]

moiré

  1. moiré (fabric)

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From moire +‎ .

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Adjective[edit]

moiré m (feminine moirée, masculine plural moirés, feminine plural moirées)

  1. (design, textiles) moiré, watered (effect)
  2. (figuratively) shimmering

Noun[edit]

moiré m (plural moirés)

  1. moiré, watered effect, clouded effect

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