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fabricnoun

 us   /ˈfæb·rɪk/

fabric noun (CLOTH)

[C/U] cloth or woven material, or a type of this material: [U] cotton fabric [C] Wash delicate fabrics by hand.

fabric noun (STRUCTURE)

[U] the structure of something; the parts of something that hold it together and make it what it is: Extreme social activism might rip apart the social fabric.
Translations of “fabric”
in Arabic قُماش, نَسيج…
in Korean 천…
in Malaysian fabrik…
in French tissu…
in Turkish kumaş, dokuma, bez…
in Italian stoffa, tessuto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 布, 織物…
in Russian ткань…
in Polish tkanina…
in Vietnamese loại vải được dệt…
in Spanish tela, tejido…
in Portuguese tecido…
in Thai ผ้าหรือสิ่งทอ…
in German der Stoff…
in Catalan teixit, tela…
in Japanese 布地…
in Indonesian kain…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布, 织物…
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