From Middle English webbe, from Old English webb, from Proto-Germanic *wabją, from Proto-Indo-European *webʰ- (“weave”).
web (plural webs)
- The silken structure which a spider builds using silk secreted from the spinnerets at the caudal tip of its abdomen; a spiderweb.
- A fold of tissue connecting the toes of certain birds, or of other animals.
- The series of barbs implanted on each side of the shaft of a feather, whether stiff and united together by barbules, as in ordinary feathers, or soft and separate, as in downy feathers.
- (manufacturing) A continuous strip of material carried by rollers during processing.
- (lithography) A long sheet of paper which is fed from a roll into a printing press, as opposed to individual sheets of paper.
- (dated) A band of webbing used to regulate the extension of the hood of a carriage.
- A thin metal sheet, plate, or strip, as of lead.
- The blade of a sword.
- The blade of a saw.
- The thin, sharp part of a colter.
- The bit of a key.
- (US, radio, television) A major broadcasting network.
- Alternative letter-case form of Web: the World Wide Web.
web (third-person singular simple present webs, present participle webbing, simple past and past participle webbed)
- (intransitive) To construct or form a web.
- (transitive) To cover with a web or network.
- (transitive) To ensnare or entangle.
- (transitive) To provide with a web.
- (transitive, obsolete) To weave.
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