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chintz

noun [U]  us   /tʃɪns/
cotton cloth, usually printed with patterns of flowers, that has a slightly shiny appearance: chintz curtains
Translations of “chintz”
in Vietnamese vải hoa làm rèm, bọc ghế…
in Spanish Chintz…
in Thai ผ้าลาย…
in Malaysian chintz…
in Chinese (Traditional) (摩擦軋光)印花棉布…
in Indonesian kain cita, katun warna-warni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摩擦轧光印花棉布…
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