tweed translation English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary
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tweed

noun, adjective /twiːd/
(of) a kind of woollen cloth with a rough surface
chevió, cheviot (tela inglesa de lana de Escocia)
His suit was (made of) tweed a tweed jacket.
Translations of “tweed”
in Arabic تِويد (نوع من الصوف)…
in Korean 트위드…
in Malaysian kain tweed…
in French (de) tweed…
in Turkish iskoç kumaşı, tüvit…
in Italian tweed (tipo di stoffa)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (雜色的)粗花呢…
in Russian твид…
in Polish tweed…
in Vietnamese vải tuýt…
in Portuguese tweed (mescla de lã)…
in Thai ผ้าขนสัตว์…
in German der Tweed, Tweed-……
in Catalan tweed, barreja de llana…
in Japanese ツイード, ツイードの布地…
in Indonesian wol kasar…
in Chinese (Simplified) (杂色的)粗花呢…
(Definition of tweed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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