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A dull, nonglossy surface. Matte surfaces have microscopic irregularities that scatter, or diffusely reflect, light in all directions. This is the opposite of glossy surfaces that produce mirror-like images. Matte surfaces may occur or be made on any type of material such as paint, paper, metal, photographs and fabrics.

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non-preferred spellings: mat; matt

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