draping, present participle; draped, past tense; draped, past participle; drapes, 3rd person singular present;
Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something
she draped a shawl around her shoulders
Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth
the body was draped in a blanket
Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way
he draped an arm around her shoulders
(of fabric) Hang or be able to hang in loose, graceful folds
velvet drapes beautifully
Katherine pulled back the heavy velvet drapes
A man's suit consisting of a long jacket and narrow trousers, as worn by a Teddy boy
teds dressed in Edwardian-style drapes and suede shoes
A cloth for covering parts of a patient's body other than that part on which a surgical operation is being performed
The way in which a garment or fabric hangs
by fixing the band lower down you obtain a fuller drape in the fabric
arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"
curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
place casually; "The cat draped herself on the sofa"
the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
a sterile covering arranged over a patient's body during a medical examination or during surgery in order to reduce the possibility of contamination
clothe: cover as if with clothing; "the mountain was clothed in tropical trees"
A curtain (sometimes known as a drape, mainly in the United States) is a piece of cloth intended to block or obscure light, or drafts, or water in the case of a shower curtain. Curtains hung over a doorway are known as portières. ...
A curtain, a drapery; A youth subculture distinguished by its sharp dress, especially peg-leg pants (1950s: e.g. Baltimore, MD). ...
(Drapes) Matching pair of fabric panels that hang from a curtain rod for privacy and/or decorative effect. Also known as window panels
Draping means to hang or to adorn the body form with loose fabric, and to obtain a body fitted garment by using adequate sewing techniques.
(DRAPING) (v) The decoration of a staff with a black cravat or long black ribbons (particularly but not exclusively on flags that cannot be half-masted) as a sign of mourning – but see ‘cravat 2)’ (also ‘cravat 1’, ‘half-masted’ and ‘staff 2)’).
(Draping) A 2D image superimposed on a 3D surface. For example, an aerial photograph might be draped over a DEM to create a realistic terrain visualisation.
(Draping) Decorating with drapes.
(Draping) Technique of hanging fabric in folds or cover with fabric in loose folds. In draped garments, hemlines are often uneven. examples
(Draping) The procedure/s of covering and uncovering areas of a client's body during massage.
(Draping) The process of applying another data set over a shaded relief image.
(Draping) covering a work table or client with paper of cloth prior to hair removal. This is done for sanitation and for client
(draping) The use of sheets or towels to cover a patient during a massage.
(draping) the art of changing the appearance of the color, texture, and pattern of an item digitally
the way in which cloth falls relative to its flexible characteristics; the finer the fiber, the better the drape
Involves laying features over a digital terrain model to provide information on features that lie on the terrain. The terrain model provides the shape of the terrain. Draped features may then include a satellite image of the terrain to show land use, and vector data to show features such as roads.
(or drapability) How stiff or soft the fabric or quilt is.
suit of clothes, dress, costume.
A perspective or panoramic rendering of two-dimensional features superimposed on a surface.
to project an image, or 3D vector features, onto a 3D surface such as a digital model of terrain, to create a realistic representation, much as a flexible sheet can be draped over an irregular surface, conforming to it