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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
matt
adjective
COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
Lucas, Matt
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ NOUN
emulsion
▪ Background painted with 3030 B70G, Collector, matt emulsion from the Definitions range by Dulux, £15.49/2.5 litres.
▪ A light green is best and matt emulsion or undercoat, preferably rolled on, is ideal.
▪ Background painted with F2-80, matt emulsion from Crown Expressions, £15.50/2.5 litres.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ Do you want matt paint or gloss paint?
▪ When you drop off the photos, be sure to request matte finish.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Creamy formulations do tend to crease more, so opt for matt powders.
▪ Finish with a matt pink-toned lipstick applied with a brush for more accuracy and softness.
▪ However we all liked the matt black finish of the bottle.
▪ Last week, Helen excelled herself - a black matt waterproof, lined, with a turn-back collar of fake ocelot!
▪ Net Set, available in matt black or 14K gold plate finish makes an ideal tennis gift.
▪ Thick gouache can give similar results to oil paint, except that the gouache often dries with a matt surface.
▪ This is because slight frosting on the eyes covers up careless blending and matt lipsticks have often been too dry-looking.
▪ Warm Geranium lipstick by Kanebo and a loose matt powder completed the look.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
matt

Mat \Mat\ (m[a^]t), n. [Cf. Matte.] A name given by coppersmiths to an alloy of copper, tin, iron, etc., usually called white metal. [Written also matt.]

Wiktionary
matt

a. (alternative spelling of matte English) n. (alternative spelling of mat nodot=yes English) (qualifier: an alloy in coppersmithing)

WordNet
matt

adj. not reflecting light; not glossy; "flat wall paint"; "a photograph with a matte finish" [syn: flat, mat, matte, matted]

matt

n. the property of having little or no contrast; lacking highlights or gloss [syn: flatness, lusterlessness, lustrelessness, mat, matte]

Wikipedia
Matt

Matt may refer to:

  • Matt (name), people with the given name Matt or Matthew, meaning "gift from god", or the surname Matt
  • In British English, of a surface: having a non-glossy finish, see gloss (material appearance)
  • Matt, Switzerland, a municipality
Matt (name)

Matt or Mat is a given name, often a diminutive of Matthew. Less commonly, it is used as a surname.

Matt (video gamer)

Matt Elento, or just Matt or Matlife, is an American League of Legends player who plays support for Team Liquid of the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS). He has former played for Team Liquid Academy.

He is a native Hawaiian.

Usage examples of "matt".

Lydia watched Matt ambling along piling his plate at the breakfast tables and felt like saying the same.

Sally Astridge, Matt Buchman, Karen MacLeod, Jennifer McCord, Kay Morrison, Sharon Plowman, May Taylor, Cindy Wyckoff, and John Zobel.

Many thanks to Beth Ader, Jennifer Brown, Barbara Cabot, SWAT officer Matt Cabot, Josh Horowitz, Michele Jaffe, Laura Langlie, Abby McAden, Ericka Markman, Ron Markman, David Walton, and Benjamin Egnatz.

A running fight, with Matt Schedler seeking to draw Silk Marron from the vicinity.

Matt and his crew were to wait for Jadway, who had obviously come without Silk Marron and his band.

This is the date adopted by the Bollandists, because the ancient missals mark the pericope, Matt.

Food arrived and Matt ate, dipping her bacon in the egg yolks and the syrup, loving the citrus bite of the orange juice after the sopping, pillowy texture and maple sweetness of the pancakes.

Matt ate, dipping her bacon in the egg yolks and the syrup, loving the citrus bite of the orange juice after the sopping, pillowy texture and maple sweetness of the pancakes.

Imre said, nodding at the animal as Pollo pranced closer to Matt and Uriah.

Captain Quaire and Chief Inspector Matt Lowenstein, who commanded the Detective Division that included the Homicide Bureau: righteous indignation that once more The Dago had put his goddamn nose in where it had no business.

Obsessed with the attempt to see how far back in my childhood I can remember, I have taken out these internally filed photographs, redeveloped and reprinted them, cropped them a little differently, made them matt or gloss, black-and-white or colour, enlarged them to fit a new frame just as much as Bergman has transformed his for public viewing.

Even if Matt did not exist anywhere in this world, my answer to you would still be the same.

Therefore it seems unfitting that Christ commanded those who had been healed miraculously to tell no one, as appears from Matt.

Eve had also decided that Matt and I would need unsoaked clothing at the end of our swim.

Steaming water now rose from the battered wash tin that Matt had used to effect the unvocal portion of his morning concert, and it was this water that the men used for shaving.