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silk

noun /silk/
very fine, soft threads made by silkworms.
seda
thread, cloth etc made from this
(de) seda
The dress was made of silk (also adjective) a silk dress.
silky adjective ( comparative silkier, superlative silkiest) soft, fine and rather shiny like silk
sedoso, suave
She has silky smooth skin.
silkiness noun
suavidad
silkworm noun the caterpillar of certain moths, which makes silk.
gusano de seda
Translations of “silk”
in Korean 실크…
in Arabic حَرير…
in French soie, (en/de) soie…
in Italian seta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 織物, 絲綢, 絲線…
in Russian шелк…
in Turkish ipek…
in Polish jedwab…
in Portuguese seda…
in German die Seide, seiden-……
in Catalan seda…
in Japanese 絹, シルク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 织物, 丝绸, 丝线…
(Definition of silk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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