- n a ditch dug as a fortification having a parapet of the excavated earth
- n a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor
- n any long ditch cut in the ground
- v impinge or infringe upon
This matter entrenches on other domains
- v fortify by surrounding with trenches
He trenched his military camp
- v cut or carve deeply into
letters trenched into the stone
- v set, plant, or bury in a trench
trench the fallen soldiers
trench the vegetables
- v cut a trench in, as for drainage
trench the fields
- v dig a trench or trenches
The National Guardsmen were sent out to trench
- The starting point for his collections is the trench coat that Thomas Burberry invented in 1890.
- Every designer's dream is to create something so stylish it transcends fashion and becomes a classic: the Gucci loafer, the Burberry trench coat, the Hermes bag.
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- Alvaro Uribe in CTV.ca
I heed and respect the decision of the honourableconstitutional Court,Uribe said. "I have one wish: The wish to be able to serve Colombia from whatever trench, under whatever circumstance, until the last day of my life."
- Arlen Specter in International Herald Tribune
It's going to be a rough ride,said Sen. Arlen Specter, a Republican architect of the bill. "We're in trench warfare."
- Serena Williams in ESPN
You know, I absolutely love trench coats,Williams said. "Now I have a wonderful white coat I can wear on the court and also in New York for those rainy days. ...... It's ladylike and goes perfect with my personality. It's very light. It's...