• Definition for "chamfer"
    • To cut-off the edge or part of; bevel.
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chamfer definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cut-off the edge or part of; bevel.
    • To cut a groove in; flute.
    • To reduce a furrow in, as in a column; to groove; to channel; to flute.
    • To make a chamfer on.
    • To stop the side or place of; bevel.
    • To reduce a groove in; flute.
    • To reduce a furrow in, as in a column; to groove; to channel; to flute.
    • to help make a chamfer on.
  • noun:
    • an appartment surface made by cutting-off the advantage or part of a block of lumber or any other product.
    • A furrow or groove, as with a column.
    • an obtuse-angled relief or slice at an advantage added for a finished look and to break razor-sharp sides
    • the area created by cutting away the arris, or perspective, created by two faces of some wood, stone, etc.
    • In carpentry, a groove or furrow.
    • A bevel or slope; the spot of something initially rightangled cut-away to be able to make an angle with all the sides which form it. In addition chamfering.
    • two surfaces meeting at an angle distinctive from 90 levels
    • A flat surface made by cutting-off the edge or spot of a block of lumber or other product.
    • A furrow or groove, like in a column.
    • an obtuse-angled relief or slice at an advantage added for a finished look and to break razor-sharp edges
    • the outer lining formed by cutting away the arris, or direction, formed by two faces of an item of wood, rock, etc.
    • In carpentry, a groove or furrow.
    • A bevel or slope; the place of any such thing originally rightangled cut away in order to make an angle aided by the sides which form it. Also chamfering.
    • two areas conference at an angle not the same as 90 degrees
  • verb:
    • to take off the side or corner of anything; to bevel
    • to cut a groove in something; to flute
    • slashed a furrow into a columns
    • cut a bevel on; shape to a bevel
    • to take off the edge or corner of one thing; to bevel
    • to reduce a groove in anything; to flute
    • cut a furrow into a columns
    • slashed a bevel on; shape to a bevel
  • others:
    • In carpentry, to cut a furrow in; flute; channel.—2. To cut or grind in a sloping manner, as the edge of anything square, so as to form a bevel.
    • In carpentry, to reduce a furrow in; flute; channel.—2. To cut or grind in a sloping way, as side of anything square, so as to develop a bevel.
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