"monoline" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [English]

Etymology: From mono- + line. Etymology templates: {{prefix|en|mono|line}} mono- + line Head templates: {{en-noun}} monoline (plural monolines) Forms: monolines [plural]
  1. (business) A company operating in only one industry or line of business; often specifically a bank specializing in credit card issuance. Categories (topical): Business, Banking
    Sense id: monoline-en-noun-PpcedwYj Disambiguation of Banking: 40 29 5 3 19 4 Topics: business
  2. (finance) An insurer specialized in insuring investment-grade securities against loss. Categories (topical): Finance
    Sense id: monoline-en-noun--10q9iTY Topics: business, finance
  3. (calligraphy) A font line of consistent width, as occurs when imitating pencil script. Categories (topical): Calligraphy
    Sense id: monoline-en-noun-iqerukA6 Topics: arts, calligraphy, communications, journalism, literature, media, publishing, writing
  4. (aquaculture) A length of monofilament line, used for culturing forms of seaweed.
    Sense id: monoline-en-noun-NZDaR.nV
  5. (printing, dated) A type of composing machine in which each line of type is cast as a single slug. Tags: dated Categories (topical): Printing
    Sense id: monoline-en-noun-OOSmNj7Z Topics: media, printing, publishing
  6. (spectroscopy) A single spectrum line. Categories (topical): Spectroscopy
    Sense id: monoline-en-noun-7LVeH7pR
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Related terms: monorail, monotype, multiline

Inflected forms

Download JSON data for monoline meaning in All languages combined (5.4kB)

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