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Translation of "hem" - English-Spanish dictionary

hem

noun /hem/
the edge of a piece of clothing or cloth that has been folded under and sewn dobladillo
(Definition of hem from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hem

noun /hem/
the border of a piece of clothing, folded over and sewn. dobladillo
hem in phrasal verb
to surround (someone) cercar, rodear The soldiers were hemmed in on all sides by the enemy.
(Definition of hem from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hem”
in Korean 단…
in Arabic حَشْوة (الفُسْتان)…
in Malaysian kelepet…
in French ourlet…
in Russian кромка, подрубочный шов…
in Chinese (Traditional) (衣服等的)褶邊,邊…
in Italian orlo…
in Turkish kıvrım kenarı, baskı, kenar…
in Polish rąbek…
in Vietnamese đường viền (áo, quần…)…
in Portuguese barra…
in Thai ขอบ (ผ้า)…
in German der Saum…
in Catalan vora…
in Japanese (布・衣服の)端の折り返し部分, ヘム…
in Chinese (Simplified) (衣服等的)褶边,边…
in Indonesian tepi…
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