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present participle of canvas
persuasion of voters in a political campaign
canvas
A tent

He spent the night under canvas.

canvas
A type of coarse cloth, woven from hemp, useful for making sails and tents or as a surface for paintings

The term canvas is very widely used, as well to denote the coarse fabrics employed for kitchen use, as for strainers, and wraps for meat, as for the best quality of ordinary table and shirting linen. \.

canvas
A piece of canvas cloth stretched across a frame on which one may paint
canvas
Alternative spelling of canvass
canvass
a solicitation of voters or opinions
canvass
to solicit voters or opinions
canvass
a public opinion survey
canvas
{n} a coarse stiff cloth, a sail
canvass
{v} to examin, sift, sue for honor
canvass
{n} a sifting or examining
cold canvassing
(Pazarlama) The process of contacting previously unknown homeowners in an area in order to solicit Listings. Example: Abel discovers a growing demand for older homes that are close to the central business district. To increase the number of listings of such homes, Abel cold canvasses several older neighborhoods to determine owners' interest in selling
canvas
Closely woven heavy hemp, flax or cotton cloth used for tote bags, covers, etc
canvas
the term is usually applied to brattice cloth, which is a heavy canvas of cotton, hemp or flax, frequently fireproofed
canvas
(b) A tent, or a collection of tents
canvas
A piece of strong cloth of which the surface has been prepared to receive painting, commonly painting in oil
canvas
durable cloth made from cotton, linen, or hemp, as in: This fine painting is oil on canvas
canvas
an oil painting on canvas the setting for a narrative or fictional or dramatic account; "the crowded canvas of history"; "the movie demanded a dramatic canvas of sound"
canvas
Fibre Linen, cotton Weave: Plain Characteristics: Mostly rugged, heavy material made from plyed yarns Has body and strength It is usually manufactured in the grey state but some is dyed for different uses Almost the same as duck in heavier weights Has an even weave Ada or Java canvas used for yarn, needlework, almost like mesh Uses: Tents, sails, mailbags, sacks, covers, etc Finer types used for embroidery and paintings Hair canvas is an interfacing material in various weights
canvas
A canvas is a plugin which is responsible for managing a window for Crystal Space On operating systems that don't support windows the canvas will represent the screen The 3D renderer will use a canvas to render on
canvas
Cotton, linen, or synthetic in heavy weights with an even firm weave, for sails and many industrial purposes Awning stripe canvas has printed or woven strips
canvas
heavy closely woven fabric (used for clothing or chairs or sails or tents)
canvas
The tapered section of a boat between the bowman and the bow of the boat or between the coxswain and the stern So called because it used to be covered with canvas
canvas
a firm closely woven cloth usually of linen, hemp, or cotton used for clothing and formerly much used for tents and sails Plain weave Mostly rugged, heavy material made from plyed yarns Has body and strength It is usually manufactured in the grey state but some is dyed for different uses
canvas
a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
canvas
A canvas is a painting that has been done on canvas. The show includes canvases by masters like Carpaccio, Canaletto and Guardi. = painting. Stout cloth. Canvas (probably named for cannabis, or hemp), has been made from hemp and flax fibres since ancient times to produce cloth for sails. More recently it has also been made from tow, jute, cotton, and mixtures of such fibres. Flax canvas is essentially of double warp (see weaving), being invariably intended to withstand pressure or rough usage. Articles made from canvas include camera and golf bags, running shoes, tents, and mailbags. Tarred canvas is used for tarpaulins to cover goods. Artists' canvas for painting is much lighter than sail canvas; those of the best quality are made of cream or bleached flax fibre
canvas
an oil painting on canvas
canvas
A canvas is a piece of canvas or similar material on which an oil painting can be done
canvas
Synthetic acrylic heavy weights with an even firm weave, for sails and many industrial purposes Awning stripe canvas has printed or woven strips
canvas
Canvas is a strong, heavy cloth that is used for making things such as tents, sails, and bags. a canvas bag
canvas
get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions
canvas
Something for which canvas is used: (a) A sail, or a collection of sails
canvas
An object representing an area upon which drawing operations may be performed
canvas
A strong cloth made of hemp, flax, or cotton; used for tents, sails, etc
canvas
the setting for a narrative or fictional or dramatic account; "the crowded canvas of history"; "the movie demanded a dramatic canvas of sound"
canvas
{f} cover with canvas; examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions
canvas
solicit votes from potential voters in an electoral campaign
canvas
the mat that forms the floor of the ring in which boxers or professional wrestlers compete; "the boxer picked himself up off the canvas"
canvas
A generic name given to any fabric used as a painting surface Most commonly used are cotton and linen The canvas comes in various weaves such as course, medium, and fine The canvas is either stretched on a wooden frame or glued and stretched on a board
canvas
a tent made of canvas
canvas
{s} made of or resembling canvas or another coarse fabric
canvas
one to show a poet the measure of the verses he is to make
canvas
A surface prepared to receive painting, usually oil painting, made of course closely woven cloth
canvas
To cover an area or object with canvas
canvas
cover with canvas; "She canvassed the walls of her living room so as to conceal the ugly cracks
canvas
Strong heavy cloth made from cotton, hemp or flax used with clothing, bags, paintings, curtains and many other exciting things
canvas
A rough draft or model of a song, air, or other literary or musical composition; esp
canvas
A coarse cloth so woven as to form regular meshes for working with the needle, as in tapestry, or worsted work
canvas
sails in general
canvas
The window in which hosts and other drawing objects, which represent a network scheme, are placed
canvas
Reproduction Enhanced by the artist or retouched A limited edition canvas which has been embellished by the artist with actually brush strokes of paint onto the canvas reproduction Framed without glass, enhanced canvas has added dimension and the appearance of an artist’s original painting The artist's original brush strokes also adds value to the reproduction
canvas
The narrowing part of a boat between the bowman and the actual bow of the boat or between the coxswain and the stern, originally covered in canvas
canvas
consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning; "analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare"; "analyze the evidence in a criminal trial"; "analyze your real motives"
canvas
Made of, pertaining to, or resembling, canvas or coarse cloth; as, a canvas tent
canvas
A window with a layout algorithm that manages child windows In IBM Open Class, the canvas classes are a set of window classes that enable you to implement dialog boxes These dialog boxes are used for showing views of objects as both pages in a notebook and as windows that gather information to run an action The different canvases can manage the size and position of child windows, provide moveable split bars between windows, and support the ability to scroll a window Canvases include the base class, ICanvas, and its four derived classes: IMultiCellCanvas, ISetCanvas, ISplitCanvas, and IViewport
canvas
A basis for creative work
canvas
The part of a widget that's used for drawing For PtWidget, this is the area inside the widget's borders For PtBasic and its descendants, the canvas is the area inside the widget's border and margins Other widgets, such as PtLabel, may define additional margins
canvas
A cotton fabric weighing more than four ounces per square yard, (used as the base material for NEMA C-Grade laminates)
canvas
(c) A painting, or a picture on canvas
canvas
A region on the screen or in a window into which you can draw things
canvas
A closely woven, heavy cloth of hemp, flax or cotton, used for tents, sails, post office bags, etc
canvas
cover with canvas; "She canvassed the walls of her living room so as to conceal the ugly cracks"
canvas
a cotton fabric weighing more than four ounces per square yard used as the base material for NEMA grades C, CE and some L grade laminates
canvas
A strong, durable, closely woven cotton fabric
canvas
{i} coarse material (used for sails, tents, as a painting surface, etc.); painting which has been painted on canvas
canvas
heavy closely woven fabric (used for clothing or chairs or sails or tents) the mat that forms the floor of the ring in which boxers or professional wrestlers compete; "the boxer picked himself up off the canvas"
canvas
The surface on which interface items and prompts are drawn A canvas is displayed in a window
canvass
Close inspection; careful review for verification; as, a canvass of votes
canvass
{f} examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions
canvass
Examination in the way of discussion or debate
canvass
an inquiry as to whether an eligible candidate for a classified service vacancy would be willing to accept appointment, if offered
canvass
a tent made of canvas
canvass
an oil painting on canvas
canvass
get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions
canvass
the mat that forms the floor of the ring in which boxers or professional wrestlers compete; "the boxer picked himself up off the canvas"
canvass
Search; exploration; solicitation; systematic effort to obtain votes, subscribers, etc
canvass
To sift; to strain; to examine thoroughly; to scrutinize; as, to canvass the votes cast at an election; to canvass a district with reference to its probable vote
canvass
consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning; "analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare"; "analyze the evidence in a criminal trial"; "analyze your real motives"
canvass
solicit votes from potential voters in an electoral campaign
canvass
(I) The sections at either end of the boat beyond the seating - (bow canvass and stern canvass), so called because originally the coverings for these sections was made of canvass
canvass
the setting for a narrative or fictional or dramatic account; "the crowded canvas of history"; "the movie demanded a dramatic canvas of sound"
canvass
an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
canvass
To go through, with personal solicitation or public addresses; as, to canvass a district for votes; to canvass a city for subscriptions
canvass
If you canvass public opinion, you find out how people feel about a particular subject. Members of Parliament are spending the weekend canvassing opinion in their constituencies
canvass
If you canvass for a particular person or political party, you go around an area trying to persuade people to vote for that person or party. I'm canvassing for the Conservative Party + canvasser canvassers can·vass·er a Conservative canvasser
canvass
to conduct a survey
canvass
go around asking, as in: Canvass the neighborhood to see if anyone saw the suspect
canvass
heavy closely woven fabric (used for clothing or chairs or sails or tents)
canvass
To examine by discussion; to debate
canvass
{i} examination, careful inspection; solicitation of votes or opinions; discussion, debate
canvass
a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
canvass
To search thoroughly; to engage in solicitation by traversing a district; as, to canvass for subscriptions or for votes; to canvass for a book, a publisher, or in behalf of a charity; commonly followed by for
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