See also: poche and póche

EnglishEdit

 
Poché in an architectural section

EtymologyEdit

French poché

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NounEdit

poché (countable and uncountable, plural pochés)

  1. (architecture) Areas of an architectural plan or section that are filled in, often by cross-hatching or solid black, to show wall thicknesses, floor thicknesses and all other solid areas that intersect the plane of the section cut.

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ParticipleEdit

poché (feminine pochée, masculine plural pochés, feminine plural pochées)

  1. past participle of pocher

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VerbEdit

poché

  1. first-person singular preterite indicative of pochar