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English definition of “stonewashed”

stonewashed

adjective uk   /ˈstəʊn.wɒʃt/ us    /ˈstoʊn.wɑːʃt/
(of a new piece of clothing, especially one made of denim) washed together with small pieces of stone in order to make it lose some of its colour and look older: stonewashed jeans
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