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hem

noun [C] uk   /hem/ us  
the edge of a piece of cloth, such as the bottom edge of a skirt or dress, that is folded over and sewn so that it does not develop loose threads: I took the hem up/let the hem down.

hem

verb [T] uk   /hem/ (-mm-) us  
to sew a hem on a piece of clothing or cloth: I need to hem those curtains.
Phrasal verbs
Traducciones de “hem”
en coreano 단…
en árabe حَشْوة (الفُسْتان)…
en francés ourlet…
en turco kıvrım kenarı, baskı, kenar…
en italiano orlo…
en chino (tradicionál) (衣服等的)褶邊,邊…
en ruso кромка, подрубочный шов…
en polaco rąbek…
en español dobladillo…
en portugués barra…
en alemán der Saum…
en catalán vora…
en japonés (布・衣服の)端の折り返し部分, ヘム…
en chino (simplificado) (衣服等的)褶边,边…
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