[pas-tee-shœr] /pas tiˈʃœr/
noun, plural pasticheurs
[pas-tee-shœr] /pas tiˈʃœr/ (Show IPA). French.
a person who makes, composes, or concocts a pastiche.
a person who imitates the work of others.
a person who creates or performs pastiches
[pas-tee-shœz] /pas tiˈʃœz/ noun, plural pasticheuses [pas-tee-shœz] /pas tiˈʃœz/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a woman who makes or composes a pastiche.
/pay’stee/ An adhesive label designed to be attached to a key on a keyboard to indicate some non-standard character which can be accessed through that key. Pasties are likely to be used in APL environments, where almost every key is associated with a special character. A pastie on the R key, for example, might remind […]
[pey-stee] /ˈpeɪ sti/ adjective, pastier, pastiest. 1. of or like in consistency, texture, color, etc. noun, plural pasties. 2. pasties, a pair of small, cuplike coverings for the nipples of a striptease dancer, nude model, etc. [pas-tee] /ˈpæs ti/ noun, plural pasties. Chiefly British. 1. a pie filled with game, fish, or the like. /ˈpeɪstɪ/ […]
[pah-steel-yuh; Italian pahs-tee-lyah] /pɑˈstil yə; Italian pɑsˈti lyɑ/ noun 1. a plaster used during the Italian Renaissance for bas-relief ornament of furniture, being applied in layers, molded, carved, and gilded.