notch definition

  • noun:
    • A V-shaped cut.
    • Such a cut employed for maintaining accurate documentation.
    • A narrow pass between hills.
    • Informal an even or level: a notch or two higher in quality.
    • A V-shaped slice.
    • These types of a cut, used for maintaining accurate documentation
    • An indentation.
    • A mountain pass; a defile
    • A level or degree.
    • A hollow cut-in any such thing; a nick; an indentation.
    • A narrow passage between two elevations; a-deep, close pass; a defile.
    • A nick or indentation; a tiny hollow or nick slice or sunk in any such thing, as with the termination of an arrow for reception for the bowstring.
    • In carpentry, a hollow cut-in the facial skin of an item of timber the reception of another piece.
    • A narrow defile or passageway between mountains; or, even more properly, the entry to these types of a defile, when it is nearly shut by precipices or walls of stone on either hand.
    • A step or degree; a grade.
    • A point in online game of cricket.
    • In zoology and structure, an incision or incisure; an emargination: since, the interclavicular notch, the depression across breast-bone between the prominent ends associated with the clavicles.
    • In armor, the bouche of a shield.
    • the big notch for the maxilla that types the horizontal and lower boundary of this entrance on nasal hole.
    • The posterior or reduced position, formed because of the conference of pubic bones. Just like pubic arch.
    • just like undercut, 2.
    • a V-shaped indentation
    • the positioning in a selection of hills of a geological formation which less than the surrounding peaks
    • a small slice
    • a V-shaped or U-shaped indentation carved or scratched into a surface
  • verb-transitive:
    • To reduce a notch in.
    • To capture by or as though through notches: notched the rating on a stick.
    • casual to produce; score: notched 30 wins in one period.
    • To cut or make notches in; to indent; in addition, to score by notches.
    • To fit the notch of (an arrow) to the string.
  • verb:
    • To cut a notch in (something).
    • To capture (a score or similar) through notches on one thing.
    • To join by way of notches.
    • : (transitive) to accomplish (some thing).
    • cut or make a notch into
    • notch a surface to record something
  • others:
    • To cut a notch or notches in; indent; nick; hack; since, to notch a stick.
    • To place in a notch; fit to a string because of the notch, as an arrow.
    • In cricket, to mark or score; have as score the amount of.
    • to create an undercut in (a tree) preparatory to felling (it). Additionally undercut.

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