1
[ adjective ] resembling or forming a network

Examples

"the reticulate veins of a leaf" "a reticulated highway system"

Used in print

(Clifford H. Pope, The Giant Snakes....)

Felix_Kopstein states that `` when the snake reaches its maturity it has already reached about its maximal length '' , but goes_on to cite the reticulate python as an exception , with maximum length approximately three_times that at maturity .

The African rock_python , a close second , is followed in_turn by the reticulate python .

the anaconda reaches a length of at_least 37 feet , the reticulate python 33 , the African rock_python 25 , the amethystine_python at_least 22 , the Indian_python 20 , and the boa_constrictor 18 - 1_2 .

2
[ verb ] distribute by a network, as of water or electricity

Related terms

distribute reticulum

3
[ verb ] become reticulated

Related terms

change reticulation

4
[ verb ] divide so as to form a network

Related terms

form reticulation

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