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macramé

noun [U] uk   /məˈkrɑː.meɪ/ us  
the art of joining pieces of string together in knots to form a decorative pattern, or something made this way: a macramé wall-hanging
Translations of “macramé”
in Spanish macramé…
in French macramé…
in German das Makramee…
in Chinese (Traditional) 編結藝術, 編結藝術作品,流蘇花邊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 装饰结编结术, 装饰结编结品,流苏花边…
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