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"Etched Definition"

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"Etched Meaning in English"

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Definition of Etched

verb (used with object)
to cut, bite, or corrode with an acid or the like; engrave with an acid or the like, as to form a design in furrows that when charged with ink will give an impression on paper.
to produce (a design, image, etc.) by this method, as on copper or glass.
to outline clearly or sharply; delineate, as a person's features or character.
to fix permanently in or implant firmly on the mind; root in the memory:
Our last conversation is etched in my memory.
Geology. to cut (a feature) into the surface of the earth by means of erosion:
A deep canyon was etched into the land by the river's rushing waters.
verb (used without object)
to practice the art of etching.
Printing. an acid used for etching.

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Example Sentences for etched

And I called to them and they came in, and Howell said: 'Why, you have etched many plates, haven't you?

The etched line is clear and strong, from the clean biting of the acid.

The plain indeed was etched in white circles and whirligigs like the slope of a colossal wave.

Some were painted with wood-dyes, and others were etched in relief patterns.

If a few drops of aquafortis or other acid are poured on a clean ground stone, it will be etched.

With etched frontispieces by Abot and an etched portrait of Titian.

He was writing now, putting on paper the pictures that had been etched in his brain and in his heart during his wander years.

I had etched a very little myself and was free of the fraternity.

After the drawing is dry, it is etched and prepared in the usual way.

And the picture of it was etched on his mind as clearly as memory could paint it.

History of Etched

Word Origin & History

etch 1630s, "to engrave by eating away the surface of with acids," from Du. etsen, from Ger. ätzen "to etch," from O.H.G. azzon "cause to bite, feed," from P.Gmc. *atjanan, caus. of *etanan "eat." Related: Etched; etching.

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