English version

matting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmattingmat‧ting /ˈmætɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIstrong rough material, used for making mats 🔊 straw matting
Examples from the Corpus
mattingJust inside the vestibule there was coconut matting, and seeing this Mum looked about then began to wipe her feet.In went the filter plate, followed by a thin layer of filter matting.But then came the springy, difficult to crush and easy-to-use filter matting.The walls were lined with another fine matting woven in a large diamond design of red and green.Textured seats and colourful woven floor matting add to the hot tropical ambiance.AT first they build temporary shelters by weaving a kind of palm branch into matting from which they make little houses.A floor of matting had been laid, and the Tarvarian Khan was sitting cross-legged on a carpet at one side.
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