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Translation of "fibre" - English-Spanish dictionary

fibre

noun UK ( US fiber)   /ˈfaɪ·bər/
[no plural] a substance in foods such as vegetables that helps other foods pass through the body easily fibra This cereal is high in fibre.
one of the thin threads that cloth is made of hilo, fibra The fibres are woven into fabric.
(Definition of fibre from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fibre

noun
a fine thread or something like a thread fibra a nerve fibre/fiber.
a material made up of fibres fibra coconut fibre/fiber.
character nervio, carácter a woman of strong moral fibre/fiber.
fibrous adjective
fibroso fibrous tissue.
fibreglass noun, adjective ( fiberglass)
(of) very fine threadlike pieces of glass, used for insulation, in materials etc fibra de vidrio fibreglass/fiberglass curtains.
(of) a plastic material reinforced with such glass, used for many purposes eg building boats de fibra de vidrio Our fibreglass/fiberglass canoes are available in many different colours/colors and finishes.
(Definition of fibre from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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