mitre

US ['maɪtər]
UK ['maɪtə(r)]
  • n.主教冠;斜接头;阳角接
  • v.斜接
  • Web迈塔;米特雷;主教法冠
Plural Form:mitres  Present Participle:mitring  Past Participle:mitred  
mitre
n.
1.
主教冠a tall pointed hat worn by bishops at special ceremonies as a symbol of their position and authority
2.
斜接头;阳角接a corner joint, formed by two pieces of wood each cut at an angle, as in a picture frame
v.
1.
~ sth
斜接to join two pieces of wood together with a mitre joint

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