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batik

noun [U] uk   /bætˈiːk/ us  
a method of printing patterns on cloth, in which wax is put on the cloth before it is put in dye (= a substance for changing its colour), or cloth that is printed in this way
Translations of “batik”
in Spanish batik…
in French batik…
in German das Batiken…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蠟染法, 蠟染花布…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蜡染法, 蜡染花布…
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