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Translation of "eyelet" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

eyelet

noun [C]     /ˈaɪ.lət/
a small hole in material, the edge of which is protected by a ring of metal, through which a piece of string, a shoelace , etc. is put to fasten something (周邊嵌有金屬環,供穿繩固定用的)孔眼 Fastening clothing and textiles a small hole with thread around the edge as part of a design used to decorate material (裝飾用)鑲邊小圓孔 an eyelet bedspread 一張裝飾著鑲邊小圓孔的床單 Decorations added to clothes
(Definition of eyelet from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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