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Significado de “silk” - Diccionario Inglés

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silknoun

uk   us   /sɪlk/
  • silk noun (CLOTH)

B1 [U] a ​delicate, ​softtype of ​cloth made from a ​threadproduced by silkworms, or the ​thread itself: a silk ​dress a silk ​shirtsilks [plural] the ​brightlycolouredshirtsworn by jockeys (= ​people who ​ridehorses in a ​race)

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  • silk noun (LAWYER)

[C] UK specialized law a QC : a ​lawyer of high ​rank in some ​countries
(Definition of silk from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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silknoun [U]

 us   /sɪlk/
a ​smooth, ​shinycloth made from a ​threadproduced by a ​type of ​caterpillar (= ​small, tube-shaped ​insect), or the ​thread itself: a silk ​shirt
(Definition of silk from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “silk”
en coreano 실크…
en árabe حَرير…
in Malaysian sutera…
en francés soie, (en/de) soie…
en ruso шелк…
en chino (tradicionál) 織物, 絲綢, 絲線…
en italiano seta…
en turco ipek…
en polaco jedwab…
en español seda, (de) seda…
in Vietnamese tơ, lụa…
en portugués seda…
in Thai เส้นไหม, ผ้าไหม…
en alemán die Seide, seiden-……
en catalán seda…
en japonés 絹, シルク…
en chino (simplificado) 织物, 丝绸, 丝线…
in Indonesian benang sutera, sutera…
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