a design chased on metal.
an object decorated by chasing.
Let’s Cut to the Chase: Idioms Are a Piece of CakeIdioms are expressions whose meanings are figurative and different from the literal meanings of the words within them. For example, the idiom “It costs an arm and a leg” means that something is very expensive. The literal meaning (that something has to be paid for with body parts) isn’t typically considered. English language learners may have a difficult time understanding idioms, since their figurative meaning …
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illustration, inscription, etching, lithograph, woodcut, impression, scratch, cutting, print, chasing, intaglio, mezzotint, rotogravure, photogravure, blocking, photoengraving
Origin of chasing
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