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silknoun

uk   us   /sɪlk/

silk noun (CLOTH)

B1 [U] a delicate, soft type of cloth made from a thread produced by silkworms, or the thread itself: a silk dress a silk shirtsilks [plural] the brightly coloured shirts worn by jockeys (= people who ride horses in a race)
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silk noun (LAWYER)

[C] UK specialized law a QC : a lawyer of high rank in some countries
Traducciones de “silk”
en árabe حَرير…
en coreano 실크…
in Malaysian sutera…
en francés soie, (en/de) soie…
en turco ipek…
en italiano seta…
en chino (tradicionál) 織物, 絲綢, 絲線…
en ruso шелк…
en polaco jedwab…
in Vietnamese tơ, lụa…
en español seda, (de) seda…
en portugués seda…
in Thai เส้นไหม, ผ้าไหม…
en alemán die Seide, seiden-……
en catalán seda…
en japonés 絹, シルク…
in Indonesian benang sutera, sutera…
en chino (simplificado) 织物, 丝绸, 丝线…
(Definition of silk from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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