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velvet

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈvelvɪt/
cloth that has a thick, soft surface on one side: a black velvet jacketTextiles made from natural fibresTextiles made from man-made fibres
Translations of “velvet”
in Arabic مُخْمَل…
in Korean 벨벳…
in Malaysian baldu…
in French (de) velours…
in Turkish kadife…
in Italian velluto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 絲絨, 平絨, 天鵝絨…
in Russian бархат…
in Polish aksamit…
in Vietnamese lớp lông nhung…
in Spanish terciopelo…
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 Indonesian beledu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 丝绒, 平绒, 天鹅绒…
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