Meaning of FELT in English

FELT

1. n. & v.

--n.

1. a kind of cloth made by rolling and pressing wool etc., or by weaving and shrinking it.

2 a similar material made from other fibres.

--v.

1. tr. make into felt; mat together.

2 tr. cover with felt.

3 intr. become matted.

Phrases and idioms:

felt-tipped (or felt-tip) pen a pen with a writing-point made of felt or fibre.

Derivatives:

felty adj.

Etymology: OE f. WG 2. past and past part. of FEEL.

Oxford English vocab.      Оксфордский английский словарь.