Definition of Fibres. Meaning of Fibres. Synonyms of Fibres

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Definition of Fibres

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Tampico fiber Tam*pi"co fi"ber or fibre fi"bre A tough vegetable fiber used as a substitute for bristles in making brushes. The piassava and the ixtle are both used under this name.
Fibre
Fiber Fi"ber, Fibre Fi"bre,, n. [F. fibre, L. fibra.] 1. One of the delicate, threadlike portions of which the tissues of plants and animals are in part constituted; as, the fiber of flax or of muscle. 2. Any fine, slender thread, or threadlike substance; as, a fiber of spun glass; especially, one of the slender rootlets of a plant. 3. Sinew; strength; toughness; as, a man of real fiber. Yet had no fibers in him, nor no force. --Chapman. 4. A general name for the raw material, such as cotton, flax, hemp, etc., used in textile manufactures. Fiber gun, a kind of steam gun for converting, wood, straw, etc., into fiber. The material is shut up in the gun with steam, air, or gas at a very high pressure which is afterward relieved suddenly by letting a lid at the muzzle fly open, when the rapid expansion separates the fibers. Fiber plants (Bot.), plants capable of yielding fiber useful in the arts, as hemp, flax, ramie, agave, etc.

Meaning of Fibres from wikipedia

- FiberWorld of Sisal". Sain, M. (2014). "The use of sugarcane bag****e fibres as reinforcements in composites". In Faruk, Omar; Sain, Mohini (eds.). Biofiber...
- Bast fibres are classified as soft fibres, and are flexible. Fibres from monocotyledonous plants, called "leaf fiber", are classified as hard fibres and...
- fibre) and ramie are also fibres used in clothing, generally with a blend of other fibres such as cotton. Nettles have also been used to make a fibre...
- with fibres. The fibres are usually gl**** (in fibregl****), carbon (in carbon fiber reinforced polymer), aramid, or basalt. Rarely, other fibres such as...
- Sharpey's fibres (bone fibres, or perforating fibres) are a matrix of connective tissue consisting of bundles of strong predominantly type I collagen fibres connecting...
- that fibre content be provided on content labels. Common textile fibres used in global fashion today include: Other plant-based fibers: Bast fibre Cedar...
- brown coir fibres contain more lignin and less cellulose than fibres such as flax and cotton, so are stronger but less flexible. White coir fibres harvested...
- Elasterell Rope Delustrant Loasby, G. (1951). "The Development of the Synthetic Fibres". Journal of the Textile Institute Proceedings. 42 (8): P411–P441. doi:10...
- Fibre Channel (FC) is a high-speed data transfer protocol providing in-order, lossless delivery of raw block data. Fibre Channel is primarily used to connect...
- Before synthetic fibres were developed, cellulose fibres were made from natural cellulose, which comes from plants. The first artificial fibre, known as art...