Definition of poché in English:

poché

noun

Architecture
  • The method or result of representing the solid part of a building (as a wall, etc.) by a darkened area on an architectural plan; (occasionally) a pen for doing this.

verb

Architecture
  • with object To darken or fill in (walls, columns, etc.) with shading on an architectural plan.

Origin

Early 20th century. From French poché, past participle of pocher to sketch<br>1960s. From poché.

Pronunciation

poché

/ˈpɒʃeɪ/