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Translation of "wool" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

wool

noun [U]     /wʊl/
the soft, thick hair which grows on the bodies of sheep and some other animals 羊毛;動物毛 The blankets are made from wool and the sheets from cotton. 毯子是羊毛的,床單是棉的。 The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
thick thread or material that is made from this 毛線;毛料 Put on your red wool cardigan - it'll be nice and warm. 穿上你的紅色羊毛衫——會很暖和。 How many balls of wool did you need to knit that sweater? 你織那件毛衣需要多少團毛線? Textiles made from natural fibres
Translations of “wool”
in Arabic صوف…
in Korean 털실, 양털…
in Malaysian bulu…
in French (de/en) laine…
in Turkish yün, yünlü…
in Italian lana…
in Russian шерсть, руно, шерстяная пряжа…
in Polish wełna, runo…
in Vietnamese len…
in Spanish lana…
in Portuguese lã…
in Thai ขนแกะ…
in German die Wolle, Woll……
in Catalan llana…
in Japanese ウール, 羊毛…
in Indonesian wol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羊毛, 动物毛, 毛线…
(Definition of wool from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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