Definition of netting
1 : network 1
2 : the act or process of making a net or network
3 : the act, process, or right of fishing with a net
Examples of netting in a Sentence
He put up wire netting around the garden.
wore a veil of netting
Recent Examples of netting from the Web
Tripods or row trellising with poles and string or netting are effective.
Midfielder William Da Silva took a pass across the top of the box and sliced a shot on his first shot into the right netting, just beyond Marchesin’s fingertips.
A caller reported finding a raccoon wrapped in netting.
With Chinese workers in assembly plants that management has ringed with netting to deter suicides?
In a video captured by Mike Swanson, the Royals’ vice president of communications, Parker unleashes a rise ball and knocks Butera back into the netting of the batting cage.
Spears and her husband Jamie Watson could not free her from the vehicle’s seatbelt and safety netting, so she was submerged underwater for several minutes until first responders arrived.
Along with expanding the 30-foot netting by four sections on each side of home plate, the Mets are installing 8-foot netting that spans two sections farther down each foul line.
The technology is in place to install protective netting that minimally changes the fans’ experience and could save a life or protect someone from traumatic injury.
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First Known Use of netting
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Definition of netting for English Language Learners
: material consisting of pieces of string, rope, wire, etc., that are woven together with open spaces left in between : material that is used to make nets
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