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Translation of "cloth" - English-Spanish dictionary

cloth

noun   /klɒθ/
[no plural] material made from cotton, wool, etc., and used, for example, to make clothes or curtains tela
a piece of material used for cleaning or drying things trapo
(Definition of cloth from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cloth

noun /kloθ/ ( plural cloths /kloθs (American) kloːðz/)
(a piece of) woven material from which clothes and many other items are made tela, paño a tablecloth a face cloth a floor cloth Woollen cloth is often more expensive than other cloths.
(Definition of cloth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cloth”
in Korean 옷감, 천…
in Arabic قُماش, خِرْقَة…
in Malaysian kain…
in French tissu…
in Russian ткань, тряпка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 布,布料, 抹布…
in Italian stoffa, tela, straccio…
in Turkish kumaş, manifatura, örtü…
in Polish tkanina, materiał, szmatka…
in Vietnamese vải…
in Portuguese pano, tecido, pano (de tirar pó…
in Thai ผ้า…
in German das Tuch, der Stoff…
in Catalan tela, drap…
in Japanese 布, ぞうきん, ふきん…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布,布料, 抹布…
in Indonesian kain…
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