a soft fabric of plain weave in wool, cotton, rayon, or other staple fiber, either in a solid color or, more often, a small print.
a lightweight plain-weave fabric of wool, cotton, etc, usually with a printed design
type of fabric for ladies’ dresses, 1849, of unknown origin, perhaps from the surname.
- Chalcolithic age
noun See Copper Age
of, relating to, or characteristic of the Copper Age; Aeneolithic. adjective (archaeol) of or relating to a period characterized by the use of both stone and bronze implements Chalcolithic (kāl’kə-lĭth’ĭk) The period of human culture preliminary to the Bronze Age, characterized by the use of copper and stone tools. The Chalcolithic Period is generally recognized […]
- Chalmers university of technology
body, education A Swedish university founded in 1829 offering master of science and doctoral degrees. Research is carried out in the main engineering sciences as well as in technology related mathematical and natural sciences. Five hundred faculty members work in more than 100 departments organised in nine schools. Chalmers collaborates with the University of Göteborg. […]
an endocrine secretion that depresses or inhibits physiological activity. noun any internal secretion that inhibits a physiological process or function chalone cha·lone (kā’lōn’, kāl’ōn’) n. A hormone that inhibits rather than stimulates. Any of several polypeptides produced by a tissue and causing the reversible inhibition of mitosis in cells of that tissue.