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satin

noun uk   /ˈsæt.ɪn/  us   /ˈsæt̬.ən/

satin noun (CLOTH)

[U] a type of cloth, sometimes made of silk, that is smooth and shiny on one side but not on the other: a cream satin dress

satin noun (PAINT)

[S or U] (also satin finish) a type of paint that is slightly shiny when it dries
Translations of “satin”
in Arabic قُماش ساتان…
in Korean 공단, 새틴…
in Malaysian satin…
in French (de) satin…
in Turkish saten, atlas…
in Italian raso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服, 緞…
in Russian атлас…
in Polish atłas, satyna…
in Vietnamese sa tanh…
in Spanish satén…
in Portuguese cetim…
in Thai ผ้าซาติน…
in German der Satin, Satin-……
in Catalan setí…
in Japanese サテン(布の一種)…
in Indonesian satin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服, 缎子…
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