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Translation of "polyester" - English-Spanish dictionary

polyester

noun [no plural]   /ˌpɒl·iˈes·tər/
a type of artificial cloth used for making clothes poliéster a polyester shirt/skirt
(Definition of polyester from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

polyester

noun /ˌpoliˈestə/
a strong material made of artificial fibres/fibers that is used especially to make clothes Poliéster (also adjective) a polyester shirt.
(Definition of polyester from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “polyester”
in Korean 폴리에스테르…
in Arabic البوليستَر…
in Malaysian poliester…
in Russian полиэстр…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聚酯纖維, 尼龍…
in Italian poliestere…
in Turkish sunî kumaş, polyester…
in Polish poliester…
in Vietnamese sợi PE…
in Portuguese poliéster…
in Thai โพลีเอสเตอร์…
in Catalan polièster…
in Japanese ポリエステル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 涤纶…
in Indonesian poliester…
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