- ['gʌsɪt]noun1》 a piece of material sewn into a garment to strengthen or enlarge a part of it, e.g. the crotch of an undergarment.2》 a bracket strengthening an angle of a structure.Derivativesgusseted adjectiveOriginME: from OFr. gousset, dimin. of gousse 'pod, shell', of unknown origin.
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Gusset — Gus set, n. [F. gousset armpit, fob, gusset, dim. of gousse pod, husk; cf. It. guscio shell, or W. cwysed gore, gusset.] 1. A small piece of cloth inserted in a garment, for the purpose of strengthening some part or giving it a tapering… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
gusset — [gus′it] n. [ME guschet < OFr gousset] 1. a piece of chain mail or a metal plate protecting the opening of a joint in a suit of armor 2. a triangular or diamond shaped piece sewn into a garment, glove, etc. to make it stronger or roomier 3. a… … English World dictionary
gusset — early 14c., from O.Fr. gosset armpit; piece of armor for the armpit (13c.), apparently from gousse вЂњshell of a nut,вЂќ of unknown origin. Originally an armorer s term; of clothing from 1560s … Etymology dictionary
Gusset — A triangular piece of material inserted in a garment to fill an open angle, or to strengthen it or to give more room … Dictionary of the English textile terms
gusset — ► NOUN 1) a piece of material sewn into a garment to strengthen or enlarge a part of it, e.g. the crotch of an undergarment. 2) a bracket strengthening an angle of a structure. ORIGIN Old French gousset small pod or shell … English terms dictionary
Gusset — A gusset is a device, often triangular, used to reinforce a connection between two components. Gussets are commonly used in engineering, sewing and armour.ewingIn sewing, a gusset is a triangular or square piece of fabric inserted into a seam to… … Wikipedia
gusset — UK [ˈɡʌsɪt] / US [ˈɡʌsət] noun [countable] Word forms gusset : singular gusset plural gussets a small extra piece of cloth sewn into a piece of clothing, especially underwear, to make it stronger or more comfortable … English dictionary
gusset — noun Etymology: Middle English, piece of armor covering the joints in a suit of armor, from Anglo French goussete Date: circa 1570 1. a usually diamond shaped or triangular insert in a seam (as of a sleeve, pocketbook, or shoe upper) to provide… … New Collegiate Dictionary
gusset — /ˈgʌsət / (say gusuht) noun 1. an angular piece of material inserted in a garment to strengthen, enlarge or give freedom of movement to some part of it. 2. a metal bracket for strengthening a structure at a joint or angle. 3. Armour a. a mail… … Australian English dictionary
gusset — /gus it/, n. 1. a small, triangular piece of material inserted into a shirt, shoe, etc., to improve the fit or for reinforcement. Cf. godet (def. 1), gore3 (def. 1). 2. Civil Engin. a plate for uniting structural members at a joint, as in a steel … Universalium
gusset — noun a) A small piece of cloth inserted in a garment, for the purpose of strengthening some part or giving it a tapering enlargement. b) A small piece of mail, providing some protection where two plates of armor are joined, usually at the elbows … Wiktionary