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tapestry

noun /ˈtӕpəstri/ ( plural tapestries)
(a piece of) cloth into which a picture or design has been sewn or woven, hung on a wall for decoration or used to cover eg the seats of chairs
tapicería
Four large tapestries hung on the walls.
Translations of “tapestry”
in French tapisserie…
in German der Gobelin…
in Chinese (Traditional) (手織的)花毯, 絨繡, 織錦…
in Russian гобелен…
in Turkish goblen, işleme…
in Chinese (Simplified) (手织的)花毯, 绒绣, 织锦…
in Polish gobelin, arras…
(Definition of tapestry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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