Definition of wire-woven in English:

wire-woven

adjective

  • 1Designating a type of fine paper made on a mould of closely woven wire. Compare "wire-wove", "wove [noun]". Now historical and rare.

  • 2Incorporating or made from woven wire, especially in the form of a mesh.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Inspector. From wire + woven.

Pronunciation

wire-woven

/ˈwʌɪəˌwəʊvn/