English version

embossed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishembossedem‧bos‧sed /ɪmˈbɒs $ ɪmˈbɑːs, -ˈbɒːs/ adjective  DECORATEhaving a surface that is decorated with a raised patternembossed with She was given a Bible embossed with her name. embossed stationeryemboss verb [transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
embossedThese artists manipulate paper pulp to make sculptures, reliefs, embossed and two-dimensional work.They came in tooled leather, they came gilded and embossed and with special paper made in Florence.These are chairs with embossed backs.It was resolved to purchase silver and bronze medals, and an embossed certificate of merit.Second, you could nail up corner blocks, those square blocks of pine with a an embossed circle in the middle.And you must notice in this new first smoker the seats and backs are fitted with embossed crimson leather.It was composed on light blue stationery with a strip of embossed gold running along the top margin.Here passengers ate delicacies prepared by a master chef under an arched ceiling of embossed leather and oil paintings.
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