gravere, stikke, præge
Verb(1) carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface(2) impress or affect deeply(3) carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block(4) carve or cut a design or letters into
(1) In order to move beyond shoemaker Lane's effort and produce globes his neighbors would be proud to own, Wilson had to learn to engrave his maps on copper plates.(2) I engrave glass professionally, we both adore music and we shall undoubtedly travel.(3) I'm not exactly sure why this incident is engraved in my memory out of all the times I told people to go home when there was a curfew, but there was something so noble about him.(4) His simply read narrative style is exemplified in his 1744 series of twelve subjects from Samuel Richardson's Pamela which were engraved in 1745 and published to much acclaim.(5) In the seventeenth century there were a number of very accomplished portrait engravers who worked after their own drawings.(6) Mr Smith was buried at Eastbrookend Cemetery, Dagenham, and his name was engraved on the headstone of his family plot at Dagenham Parish Churchyard.(7) The manufacturing process takes less than 15 minutes; and if a buyer wishes, a glass can be customised or engraved .(8) If she has indeed been chosen, the plate will already be engraved with the same information as each of yours.(9) Mr Moore, 59, employed to promote tourism and trade in London, said the 8in brass bell was clearly identifiable as his name was engraved on one side.(10) The image was engraved in her mind, as she regained consciousness.(11) The name of my great uncle is engraved on the war memorial in Radcliffe, opposite what was the town hall.(12) I earned a distinction of sorts - in the form of a glass plaque engraved with our coat of arms and the title of the prize - but receiving it didn't feel good.(13) Symbolizing the Twin Towers, the walls will be engraved with the names of each victim in 4-inch letters.(14) He was a prolific copper engraver and etching artist of maps and town views.(15) This trip is one that will be engraved in my mind forever.(16) The panels of bone inlay are engraved with animal designs, which retain traces of red, green, and yellow paint.
(1) engrave :: gravere
1. carve ::
2. fix ::
3. etch ::
4. grave ::
Different Formsengrave, engraved, engraves
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