a flat drafting instrument, usually consisting of a sheet of clear plastic, the edges of which are cut into several scroll-like curves enabling a draftsperson to draw lines of varying curvature.
a thin plastic sheet with profiles of several curves, used by draughtsmen for drawing curves
[french-kuht] /ˈfrɛntʃˈkʌt/ adjective, (esp. of string beans) 1. sliced lengthwise into long, thin strips. adjective of women’s underpants, cut slightly higher on the outer thigh Examples Jockey sells French-cut panties.
noun 1. a hot sandwich of roast beef, pork, or lamb, served on a crusty roll over which seasoned pan juices are poured.
noun 1. a door having glass panes throughout or nearly throughout its length.
noun 1. a drainage trench filled to ground level with fragments of brick, rock, etc.