a light, twilled woolen fabric used chiefly for linings.
a light twill-weave woollen fabric used chiefly for coat linings, etc
noun 1. any of various vessels formerly used for sailing or rowing in shallow waters, especially a two-masted, gaff-rigged vessel of the 17th and 18th centuries. noun 1. a light boat used for rowing in shallow water 2. (formerly) a two-masted gaff-rigged vessel
noun 1. a plant, Allium cepa aggregatum (or A. ascalonicum), related to the onion, having a divided bulb used for flavoring in cookery. 2. the bulb of this plant. noun 1. Also called scallion. an alliaceous plant, Allium ascalonicum, cultivated for its edible bulb 2. the bulb of this plant, which divides into small sections […]
adjective, shallower, shallowest. 1. of little depth; not deep: shallow water. 2. lacking depth; superficial: a mind that is not narrow but shallow. 3. taking in a relatively small amount of air in each inhalation: shallow breathing. 4. Baseball. relatively close to home plate: The shortstop caught the pop fly in shallow left field. noun […]
- Shallow binding
A method of storing variable bindings where the current value of a variable can be found at a known location rather than by searching an environment or association list. When a new binding is made, the old value is copied into the environment.