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felt

noun /felt/
a type of cloth made of wool that has been pressed together not woven
fieltro
She bought a metre of felt to re-cover the card table (= table for playing cards on) (also adjective) a felt hat.
felt-tip pen noun a pen that has a hard piece of felt as its writing point.
rotulador
Translations of “felt”
in Korean 펠트…
in Arabic feel الفِعل الماضي والتصريف الثالِث مِن…
in French feutre…
in Italian feltro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 毛氈…
in Russian фетр, войлок…
in Turkish keçe…
in Polish filc…
in Portuguese feltro…
in German der Filz…
in Catalan feltre…
in Japanese フェルト(羊毛や動物の毛を圧縮した布地)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛毡…
(Definition of felt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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