Fillet

In architecture a fillet is a narrow flat member; the term is especially applied to a flat moulding separating other mouldings and also the space between two flutings in a shaft.
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Fillet

[picture framing] In the picture framing industry, a fillet (also referred to as a slip) is a small piece of moulding which fits inside a larger frame or, typically, underneath or in between matting, used for decorative purposes. The picture framing term is probably related to, though not necessarily derived from, the engineering term, whic
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Fillet

Narrow flat band.
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Fillet

an architectural term referring to the narrow, flat section between the flutes of an Ionic column's shaft .
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fillet

A boned, trimmed, lean piece of fish.
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Fillet

To cut meat away from the bone.
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fillet

[n] - a boneless steak cut from the tenderloin of beef 2. [n] - a longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish 3. [n] - fastener consisting of a narrow strip of welded metal used to join steel members 4. [v] - decorate with a filet 5. [v] - cut into filets, as of fish or meat
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Fillet

narrow flat band
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Fillet

Applying a radius to an otherwise sharply angled edge. Sometimes use on PCB tracks to remove discontinuities that might create electrical reflections, and where a Mitre is insufficient
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Fillet

A joint formed when one plate is joined to another at right angles to form a 'T'. This type of joint is most widely used in arc welding.
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Fillet

A curved surface connecting two surfaces that form an angle.
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Fillet

A fairing at the junction of two surfaces to improve the airflow and so cut down drag. A fillet is often seen at the trailing-edge wing root.
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Fillet

A narrow, flat, raised band running down a shaft or along a roll moulding.
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fillet

A general term used to describe the normally concave surface of the solder at the intersection of the metal surfaces of the solder connection that is formed with a component lead or termination and a PWB land pattern. In particular, it relates to its shape and strengthening function. Visual inspection criteria are largely based on the size and the
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Fillet

a thin, flat band, running between mouldings, the purpose of which is to both separate and define them.
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Fillet

A band of mortar, usually applied to the junction between a roof-covering and a skew. Also known as a 'parged fillet'. Related Words: Mortar; Parging; Skew, skewput
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fillet

1 A small ledge supporting a shelf. 2 A small, narrow band found on architectural features in furniture, such as on a fluted column. 3 A leatherworking wheel tool used in bookbinding to make straight or parallel straight lines. The term can also refer to the line itself.
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Fillet

Fil'let noun [ Middle English filet , felet , from Old French filet thread, fillet of meat, dim. of fil a thread, from Latin filum . See Fille a row.] 1. A little band, especially one intended to encircle the hair of the head. « A belt her wais
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Fillet

Fil'let transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Filleted ; present participle & verbal noun Filleting .] To bind, furnish, or adorn with a fillet.
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fillet

1. A little band, especially one intended to encircle the hair of the head. 'A belt her waist, a fillet binds her hair.' (Pope) ... 2. A piece of lean meat without bone; sometimes, a long strip rolled together and tied. ... A fillet of beef is the under side of the sirlom; also called tenderloin. A fillet of veal or mutton is the fleshy part of the
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fillet

filet verb cut into filets; `filet the fish`
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fillet

filet verb decorate with a lace of geometric designs
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fillet

fish filet noun a longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish
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fillet

noun fastener consisting of a narrow strip of welded metal used to join steel members
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fillet

(fil´et) a loop, as of cord or tape, for making traction during surgery. in the nervous system, a long band of nerve fibers.
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