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loom

noun [C]
 
 
/luːm/
a machine for making cloth by weaving together (= crossing over) threadsMachinery and machinesHousehold equipment and domestic chores
Translations of “loom”
in Vietnamese khung cửi…
in Spanish telar…
in Thai เครื่องทอผ้า…
in Malaysian alat tenun…
in French métier à tisser…
in German der Webstuhl…
in Chinese (Traditional) 織布機…
in Indonesian mesin tenun…
in Russian ткацкий станок…
in Turkish dokuma tezgâhı/makinası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 织布机…
in Polish krosno…
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