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hem

noun [C]
 
 
/hem/
the edge of a piece of clothing or cloth that has been folded under and sewn
kıvrım kenarı, baskı, kenar
Knitting and sewingParts of clothes
hem verb [T] ( present participle hemming, past tense and past participle hemmed) to sew a hem on a piece of clothing or cloth
(kumaş) kenarını bastırmak
Knitting and sewing
Translations of “hem”
in Korean 단…
in Arabic حَشْوة (الفُسْتان)…
in French ourlet…
in Italian orlo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (衣服等的)褶邊,邊…
in Russian кромка, подрубочный шов…
in Polish rąbek…
in Spanish dobladillo…
in Portuguese barra…
in German der Saum…
in Catalan vora…
in Japanese (布・衣服の)端の折り返し部分, ヘム…
in Chinese (Simplified) (衣服等的)褶边,边…
(Definition of hem from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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