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cloth

noun
 
 
/klɒθ/
MATERIAL [U] B2 material made from cotton, wool, etc, and used, for example, to make clothes or curtains
kumaş, manifatura
a piece of clothGeneral words for textiles
PIECE [C] B2 a piece of cloth used for cleaning or drying things
örtü, bez, temizlik bezi
Equipment used for cleaning
Translations of “cloth”
in Arabic قُماش, خِرْقَة…
in Korean 옷감, 천…
in Malaysian kain…
in French tissu…
in Italian stoffa, tela, straccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 布,布料, 抹布…
in Russian ткань, тряпка…
in Polish tkanina, materiał, szmatka…
in Vietnamese vải…
in Spanish tela, paño…
in Portuguese pano, tecido, pano (de tirar pó…
in Thai ผ้า…
in German das Tuch, der Stoff…
in Catalan tela, drap…
in Japanese 布, ぞうきん, ふきん…
in Indonesian kain…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布,布料, 抹布…
(Definition of cloth from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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