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Translation of "wool" - English-Spanish dictionary

wool

noun, adjective /wul/
(of) the soft hair of sheep and some other animals, often made into yarn etc for knitting or into fabric for making clothes etc lana I wear wool in winter knitting-wool a wool blanket. woollen adjective ( woolen) made of wool de lana a woollen hat. woollens noun plural ( woolens) clothes (especially jumpers etc) made of wool género de lana Woollens should be washed by hand. woolly adjective ( wooly) made of, or like, wool de lana, lanoso a woolly jumper/rug. (also woolly-headed) (of a person) vague or hazy espeso She’s too woolly(-headed) to be in charge of a department. woolliness noun carácter espeso pull the wool over someone’s eyes to deceive someone engañar a alguien He tried to pull the wool over my eyes, but I knew what he was up to.
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 Chinese (Traditional) 羊毛, 動物毛, 毛線…
in Russian шерсть, руно, шерстяная пряжа…
in Polish wełna, runo…
in Vietnamese len…
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 Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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