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texture 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈteksCHər/,
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textures, plural;
  1. Give (a surface, esp. of a fabric or wall covering) a rough or raised texture
    • - wallcoverings which create a textured finish
Noun
  1. The feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface or a substance
    • - skin texture and tone
    • - the cheese is firm in texture
    • - the different colors and textures of bark
  2. The character or appearance of a textile fabric as determined by the arrangement and thickness of its threads
    • - a dark shirt of rough texture
  3. The tactile quality of the surface of a work of art

  4. The quality created by the combination of the different elements in a work of music or literature
    • - a closely knit symphonic texture

  1. the feel of a surface or a fabric; "the wall had a smooth texture"
  2. the essential quality of something; "the texture of Neapolitan life"
  3. the musical pattern created by parts being played or sung together; "then another melodic line is added to the texture"
  4. the characteristic appearance of a surface having a tactile quality
  5. the physical composition of something (especially with respect to the size and shape of the small constituents of a substance); "breadfruit has the same texture as bread"; "sand of a fine grain"; "fish with a delicate flavor and texture"; "a stone of coarse grain"
  6. (textured) having surface roughness; "a textured wall of stucco"; "a rough-textured tweed"
  7. Texture mapping is a method for adding detail, surface texture (a bitmap or raster image), or color to a computer-generated graphic or 3D model. Its application to 3D graphics was pioneered by Dr Edwin Catmull in his Ph.D. thesis of 1974.
  8. In cosmology, a texture is a type of topological defect in the structure of spacetime that forms when larger, more complicated symmetry groups are completely broken. They are not as localized as the other defects, and are unstable. ...
  9. In materials science, texture is the distribution of crystallographic orientations of a polycrystalline sample. A sample in which these orientations are fully random is said to have no texture. ...
  10. Mouthfeel is a product's physical and chemical interaction in the mouth, an aspect of food rheology. It is a concept used in many areas related to the testing and evaluating of foodstuffs, such as wine-tasting and rheology. ...
  11. Texture in geology refers to the physical appearance or character of a rock, such as grain size, shape, arrangement, and pattern at both the megascopic or microscopic surface feature level. ...
  12. In music, texture is the way the melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic materials are combined in a composition (Benward & Saker 2003, 131), thus determining the overall quality of sound of a piece. ...
  13. (TEXTURED) this looks more like the CHOPPY style except the hair is cut shorter.
  14. (Textured) An adjective used to describe continuous filament man-made yarns (and woven and knit fabrics made therefrom) which have been crimped or have had random loops imparted, or which have been otherwise modified to create a different surface texture.
  15. (Textured) [ration] containing fine materials in a pelleted form, mixed with coarser ingredients.
  16. (textured) describes the surface of a breast implant with a rough covering applied by the manufacturer. Some studies show texturesd implants have a lower risk of capsular contracture (defined above) than do smooth implants.
  17. (TEXTURES) Usually appear as a grayscale image with some contrast that when "laid over" another layer creates the illusion of the specific texture. Your own photos saved as .psd files can also be loaded into the PhotoShop Elements texturizer filter to produce custom textures. ...
  18. (Textures) 1959. Trb, special purpose tape recorder
  19. (Textures) A term used to describe any floorcovering with a textured finish creating an interesting visual effect on the floor.
  20. (Textures) Term used to describe a base piece of wool (as is or overdyed) that has a pattern woven into it (example: plaid, herringbone, stripe) or a novelty weave (example: boucle, tweed). Hooking textured wool into your rug will add dramatic interest to your work. ...
  21. (Textures) The feel or patterned appearance of a surface.  Both straps and dials can have textured surfaces.
  22. (textures) A general term that includes all knitted-in patterns. Typical textures include cable, herringbone, basketweave, fisherman and pointelle.
  23. Textures cover the ballz, imitating fur and stripes.
  24. A tasting term for the mouthfeel of wine on the palate.
  25. Determined by relative size and distribution of the wood elements. Described as coarse (large elements), fine (small elements) or even (uniform size of elements).