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Definition of "reticulation" [re•tic•u•la•tion]

  • A network of criss-crossing lines, strands, cables or pipes (noun)

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Use "reticulation" in a sentence
  • "The Government has constructed what is called a reticulation system which carries water for domestic purposes and for livestock to the farms through pipe lines three hundred and fifty miles long."
  • "The orthography of the quattrocento musical score is akin to the reticulation of the velo, in which a view (prospettiva) was subdivided into quadrants of information that could more easily be translocated by an artisan from a sketch to a finished work, as Alberti recommends in De pictura."
  • "The power supply was shut down at the start of the eruption but large sections of the reticulation system was damaged by falling-trees and buildings."