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swatch

noun [C]
 
 
/swɒtʃ/
a small piece of cloth that is used to show customers an example of the colour and type of cloth available for curtains, furniture, etc.: The site lets consumers select from online fabric swatches.
Translations of “swatch”
in Chinese (Traditional) (小塊)布樣,樣品…
in Chinese (Simplified) (小块)布样,样品…
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