One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the wire mesh of a chicken run’
netting, net, network, tracery, reticulation
web, webbing, lattice, latticework, lacework, openwork, tatting, filigree, trellis, screen, plexus, tangle, mat
2‘he was caught in the mesh of political intrigue’
entanglement, net, tangle, web, snare, trap
1‘one gear meshes with the input gear’
engage, be engaged, mate, connect, lock, interlock
2‘I don't want to get meshed in the weeds’
entangle, enmesh, ensnare, snare, net, trap, entrap, catch
3‘our ideas just do not mesh’
harmonize, fit together, go together, coordinate, match, be on the same wavelength, dovetail
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