Manchette meaning

(furniture) An upholstered arm on a wooden-frame chair like a bergère or fauteuil.
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(fencing) A special glove cover worn by fencers, specifically sabreurs, on their weapon hand.
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(medicine) A conically shaped array of microtubules that completely covers the nucleus of a spermatid.
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(cooking) A paper frill attached to the exposed end of a bone of a cooked piece of meat.
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(printing) A vertical heading within a newspaper article computer generated image.
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(cycling) A sleeve for the forearm, worn especially by triathletes and made of materials that reduce wind drag.
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Origin of manchette

  • From French manchette.

    From Wiktionary