- baize (n.)
- coarse woolen fabric, 1570s, bayse, from French baies, fem. plural of adjective bai "bay-colored," from Latin badius "chestnut-colored" (see bay (n.4)). Thus probably so called for its original color. French plural taken as a singular in English.
- 1. He set it down carefully on the baize cloth.
- 2. The physics are also immaculate, with balls around on the baize.
- 3. Cushion - rubber surrounds covered with baize.
- 台岸 – 外覆粗呢的橡胶边岸.
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