Main definitions of meshed in English

: meshed1Meshed2

meshed1

adjective

  • 1Having the form or appearance of a mesh or network.

    ‘a meshed grille’
    in combination ‘fine-meshed sieves’
    • ‘Thousands of kilometers of fine-meshed nets are thrown overboard every year, catching vulnerable deep-sea species such as sharks and orange roughy.’
    • ‘The nets used are cumbersome affairs—16 feet of meshed twine slung over a 14-foot pole.’
    • ‘Someone had broken a hole in a meshed railing, and people came through it and across the railway track.’
    • ‘The new wings are approached by a rabbit-like warren of meshed walkways, with doors that need unlocking every 100 yards.’
    • ‘The 530 model has the meshed front panel.’
    • ‘The snug, spacious tents even have uninterrupted power supply and roll-up meshed windows to let in light.’
    • ‘The fish swim through one of the large-meshed outer nets and into the fine-meshed middle net and through the other outer net.’
    • ‘Experts say you must avoid getting the hair wet for from four to six weeks—otherwise it will naturally break down any beginnings of meshed hair.’
    • ‘The crowds are the first thing that any player will notice, as a meshed blur of moving color.’
    • ‘The lookout tower is composed of a strong but light meshed shell structure of timber strips.’
  • 2Computing
    (of a geometric object) represented by an arrangement of a finite number of geometric components.

    ‘a meshed sphere’
    • ‘Figures 6A and 6B are isometric views of several meshed-cylinder features.’
    • ‘We have 103 different types of monsters, and that doesn't count variations, like all of the meshed zombies and ghouls.’
    • ‘You can apply deformation operations to bend and twist meshed objects.’
    • ‘These are top views of several meshed four-sided surfaces.’
    • ‘This study will determine if the complex mesh of the orbit could be assimilated to a meshed cone or not.’
    1. 2.1 (of a computer network) consisting of nodes which are each linked to the network via two or more connections, each node typically being connected (directly or indirectly) to every other node.
      ‘meshed wireless networks’
      • ‘This is a common trait of a meshed network made up of smaller port count switches.’
      • ‘This effectively converts what would be a point-to-point network to a meshed network and allows the carrier to establish purely optical paths between any two end points.’
      • ‘A wireless meshed metropolitan area, which can support several thousand users, needs only one wired connection to the Internet.’
      • ‘Switch meshing is the ability to create a redundant, meshed topology between switches, using all port links in the mesh to dynamically load balance traffic.’
      • ‘In times of cheap wireless routers and meshed routing protocols, this gets a lot easier.’
      • ‘Look at meshed wireless networks—we are running one here in our dormitory.’
      • ‘The two most common configurations are known as a hub and spoke, or a fully meshed configuration.’
      • ‘We are creating more meshed services where the seemingly unitary application is really a composite of linked calls across the Internet.’
      • ‘Built upon on high-performance meshed services, they deliver cloud hosting and virtual machines, as well as dedicated connectivity to organizations throughout the world.’
      • ‘He falls in with wireless activists who are unwiring the entire city with a meshed network built out of junk hardware salvaged from suburban industrial parks.’

Pronunciation

meshed

/mɛʃt/

Main definitions of meshed in English

: meshed1Meshed2

Meshed2

proper noun

Pronunciation

Meshed

/məˈʃɛd/