crease

  1. an angular shape made by folding
  2. a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface

crease

To mechanically press a rule into heavy paper or board to enable it to be folded without cracking.

Crease

Generally, a permanent line of weakness established by completely flattening the axis of a fold, or the act of creating such a weakness. Occasionally, a similar line of weakness created by scoring the paper.

Crease

A printed job can be creased mechanically to make folding easier. There are times when you might want a printed piece delivered flat for ease of storage and then do the folding yourself, manually.

crease

line made by crushing white line on the ground in cricket 
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Crease

Crease (krēs) noun See Creese . Tennyson.
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Crease

Crease noun [ Confer LG. krus , German krause , crispness, krausen , kräusen , to crisp, curl, lay on folds; or perhaps of Celtic origin; confer Armor. kriz a wrinkle, crease, kriza to wrinkle, fold, W. crych a wrinkle, crychu to rumple, rippl...
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Crease

Crease transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Creased (kr?st); present participle & verbal noun Creasing .] To make a crease or mark in, as by folding or doubling. « Creased , like dog's ears in a folio. Gray. ...
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crease

A line or linear depression as produced by a fold. ... See: fold, groove, line. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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crease

(krēs) a line or slight linear depression, such as a shallow skin furrow. flexion crease , palmar crease any of the normal skin furrows on the palm that allow flexion of the hand by separating folds of tissue. In certain congenital anomalies, there is only a...
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Crease

• (n.) A line or mark made by folding or doubling any pliable substance; hence, a similar mark, however produced. • (n.) One of the lines serving to define the limits of the bowler and the striker. • (n.) See Creese. • (v. t.) To make a crease or mark in, as by folding or doubling. • (n.) The combination of four lines formi...
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crease

(from the article `cricket`) Lines of whitewash demarcate the creases at each wicket: the bowling crease is a line drawn through the base of the stumps and extending 4.33 feet ... ...high and 6 feet (1.8 metres) wide. Any shot that completely clears the goal line, a 2-inch- (5-cm-) wide stripe on the ice across the front of the ... [...
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Crease

A circle around the goal, nine feet in radius, into which only defensive players may enter.
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Crease

An area around the goal that opposing players are forbidden to enter.
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crease

Type: Term Pronunciation: krēs Definitions: 1. A line or linear depression as produced by a fold.
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crease

multiple transverse and/or longitudinal folds NOTE - See figure 806-19.
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Crease

In cricket, a crease is one of the lines serving to define the limits of the bowler and the striker.
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Crease

Line or mark made by folding or wrinkling.
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crease

The point at which a level folds upon itself. See folded level design.
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Crease

A line. See Bowling crease, Popping crease and Return crease.
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Crease

This is the area directly in front of the goal. This area is marked out by a semicircle that has a r
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crease

(skin) surco, pliegue
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