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  1. swatch

    • IPA[swɒtʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a small sample of fabric intended to demonstrate the look of a larger piece;a collection of fabric samples, especially in the form of a book.
    • v.
      apply a sample of (paint, makeup, etc.) to a surface or one's skin to test or demonstrate the colour
    • verb: swatch, 3rd person present: swatches, gerund or present participle: swatching, past tense: swatched, past participle: swatched

    • noun: swatch, plural noun: swatches

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a small sample of fabric intended to demonstrate the look of a larger piece colour swatches
    • a collection of fabric samples, especially in the form of a book.
    • a sample of paint, make-up, etc. applied to a surface or one's skin to test or demonstrate the colour red lipstick swatches the walls were covered with multicoloured paint swatches
    • a patch or area of a material or surface the sunset had filled the sky with swatches of deep orange

    動詞

    • 1. apply a sample of (paint, makeup, etc.) to a surface or one's skin to test or demonstrate the colour I got the polishes yesterday, and I've swatched them all
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    • IPA[swôCH]

    美式

    • n.
      a small sample of fabric intended to demonstrate the look of a larger piece: color swatches
    • v.
      apply a sample of (paint, makeup, etc.) to a surface or one's skin to test or demonstrate ... I got the polishes yesterday, and I've swatched them all

    Oxford American Dictionary