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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Shapes, patterns
latticelat‧tice /ˈlætɪs/ noun [countable]  1 (also latticework /ˈlætəswɜːk $ -wɜːrk/)CF a pattern or structure made of long pieces of wood, plastic etc that cross each other so that the spaces between them are shaped like diamonds2 technicalCF a regular arrangement of objects
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latticeBut all will conform to one of the 14 lattices.cherry pie with a lattice crustThis is because lattice enthalpies relate to the formation of bonds and energy is released when bonds are formed.Bravais lattices Only 14 kinds of unit cell can form an extended regular lattice.a crystal latticeDepending on the exact value of the ratio, the model produced stripes or lattices.Place ricotta filling into prepared pastry and place lattice strips over top.The cycle can be used to determine the lattice enthalpy of sodium chloride.The run-time application of syntactic information uses the transition matrices and the lexicon to rank the words in the lattice.Open thy lattice, love, listen to me!
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