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Translation of "velvet" - English-Spanish dictionary

velvet

noun [no plural]   /ˈvel·vɪt/
cloth that has a thick, soft surface on one side terciopelo a black velvet jacket
(Definition of velvet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

velvet

noun, adjective /ˈvelvit/
(of) a type of cloth made from silk etc with a soft, thick surface terciopelo Her dress was made of velvet a velvet jacket.
velvety adjective
aterciopelado
(Definition of velvet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “velvet”
in Korean 벨벳…
in Arabic مُخْمَل…
in Malaysian baldu…
in French (de) velours…
in Russian бархат…
in Chinese (Traditional) 絲絨, 平絨, 天鵝絨…
in Italian velluto…
in Turkish kadife…
in Polish aksamit…
in Vietnamese lớp lông nhung…
in Portuguese veludo…
in Thai ซึ่งทำด้วยกำมะหยี่…
in German der Samt, Samt-……
in Catalan vellut…
in Japanese ベルベット, ビロード…
in Chinese (Simplified) 丝绒, 平绒, 天鹅绒…
in Indonesian beledu…
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