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suede

noun [U]  us   /sweɪd/
leather whose surface has been made slightly rough so that it is soft but not shiny: She decided to wear her brown suede shoes.
Translations of “suede”
in Arabic شَمْواه…
in Korean 스웨드…
in Malaysian suede…
in French (en/de) suède…
in Turkish süet, süet deri…
in Italian pelle scamosciata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 絨面革, (仿)麂皮…
in Russian замша…
in Polish zamsz…
in Vietnamese da lộn, da đanh…
in Spanish ante, gamuza…
in Portuguese camurça…
in Thai หนังลูกแกะ…
in German das Wildleder…
in Catalan camussa…
in Japanese スエード(革)…
in Indonesian kulit halus (seperti beledu)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绒面革, (仿)麂皮…
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