denim

listen to the pronunciation of denim
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kot

Bu kot ceketi 15 yıldır giyiyorum. - I've been wearing this denim jacket for 15 years now.

{i} kot (kumaş)
(Askeri) iş elbiselik kumaş
(Tekstil) kot kumaşı
blucin kumaşı
ç.blucin
kot kumaş
pamuklu döşemelik kumaş
işçi tulumu yapımında kullanılan kaba pamuklu kumaş
(Askeri) İŞ ELBİSELİK KUMAŞ: İş elbisesi veya bazı tip eğitimlerde giyilen elbiseleri yapmak için kullanılan kumaş
{i} kaba pamuklu kumaş
(Tekstil) denim
denie
denim jacket
(Tekstil) kot ceket
denim jacket
(Tekstil) kot kumaştan ceket
denim sandblasting
Kot kumaşı taşlama işlemi
denim serging
(Tekstil) kot sürfile dikişi
denim serging
(Tekstil) sürfile dikişi
denims
blucin
jean denim
Kot kumaşı
denims
kot
denims
kot iş tulumu
denims
{i} kot pantolon
denims
i., çoğ. kot pantolon, cin; blucin
i want something in denim
kot kumaşı bir şey arıyorum
Türkisch - Türkisch
Blue Jeans'lere verilen isim
Kot vb. yapımında kullanılan bir tür pamuklu kumaş
Englisch - Englisch
A textile often made of cotton with a distinct diagonal pattern
A coarse cotton drilling used for overalls, etc
name derived from French "serge de Nimes" Originally had dark blue, brown or dark grey warp with a white or gray filling giving a mottled look and used only for work clothes A firm durable twilled usually cotton fabric [Plural] overalls or trousers usually of blue denim, namely a firm durable twilled usually cotton fabric woven with colored warp and white filling threads Twill - right hand - may be L2/1 or L3/1
True denim is a twill-weave, cotton-like fabric made with different colored yarns in the warp and the weft Due to the twill construction, one color predominates on the fabric surface
Heavy cotton twill woven from coarse yarns
a 3/1 warp-faced twill fabric made from a yarn-dyed warp and an undyed weft yarn Traditionally, the warp yarn was indigo-dyed
True denim is a twill weave cotton-like fabric made with different colored yarns in the warp and the weft Due to the twill construction, one color predominates on the fabric surface
Twill weave, yarn dyed fabric, usually made of cotton/polyester blend The warp yarns are colored and the filling yarns are white
A rugged, durable twill fabric that is most popular in indigo blue Denim is used for jeans, overalls, and work uniforms, but it has also become a popular fabric in other decorative, and home accessories
a coarse durable twill-weave cotton fabric
{i} sturdy cotton cloth from which various garments are made (jeans, overalls, etc.)
‑ A durable twill fabric, most popular in indigo blue or natural white
(usually plural) close-fitting pants of heavy denim for casual wear
Fibre: Cotton Weave: Twill - right hand - may be L2/1 or L3/1 Characteristics: Name derived from French "serge de Nimes" Originally had dark blue, brown or dark grey warp with a white or gray filling giving a mottled look and used only for work clothes now woven in bright and pastel colours with stripes as well as plain Long wearing, it resists snags and tears Comes in heavy and lighter weights Uses: Work clothes, overalls, caps, uniforms, bedspreads, slipcovers, draperies, upholstery, sportswear, of all kinds, dresses and has even been used for evening wear
A heavy twill fabric made with cotton and other fibers woven with white and colored threads
A twilled fabric made of hard twist yarns with the warp yarns dyed blue and the filling yarns undyed Sports denim is softer and lighter in weight
This staple cotton cloth is rugged and serviceable, and is recognized by a left-hand twill on the face Mostly Coarse single yarns are used A 2-up and 1-down or a 3-up and 1-down twill may be used in the weave formation Standard denim is made with indigo-blue-dyed warp yarn and a gray or mottled white filling It is the most popular fabric in the work-clothes group and it is used for overalls, coats, jumpers, caps
A basic cotton cloth that is rugged, durable & serviceable, used in sportswear and in jeans It is easily identified by it's traditional indigo-blue color warp, gray or mottled white filling and left hand twill on the face Denim is usually constructed with a two up, one down or a three up, one down twill weave Denim takes its name from its early origins in Nimes, France, where it known hundreds of years ago as "Serge de Nimes," and was first brought to America over 500 years ago as the sails of Columbus' Santa Maria
Denim is a thick cotton cloth, usually blue, which is used to make clothes. Jeans are made from denim. a light blue denim jacket. a type of strong cotton cloth used especially to make jeans ((serge) de Nîmes , French city where it was first made). Durable twill-woven fabric with coloured (usually blue) warp (lengthwise) and white filling (crosswise) threads, also sometimes woven in coloured stripes. The name originated in the French serge de Nîmes. Denim is usually all-cotton, though it is sometimes made of a cotton-synthetic mixture. Decades of use in the clothing industry, especially in the manufacture of overalls and trousers worn for heavy labour, have demonstrated denim's durability, a quality that, along with its comfort, made denim jeans extremely popular for leisure wear in the late 20th century
a firm 2 x 1 or 3 x 1 twill-weave fabric, often having a whitish tinge, obtained by using white filling yarns with colored warp yarns Heavier weight denims, usually blue or brown, are used for dungarees, work clothes, and men's and women's sportswear Lighter weight denims with a softer finish are made in a variety of colors and patterns and are used for sportswear and draperies
jean
denim pants
pants made of denim, blue jeans
denims
jeans made of denim
denims
Denims are casual trousers made of denim. She was dressed in blue denims. = jeans
Türkisch - Englisch
denim
denim

    Silbentrennung

    den·im

    Türkische aussprache

    denım

    Aussprache

    /ˈdenəm/ /ˈdɛnəm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'de-n&m ] (noun.) 1695. From the French phrase serge de Nîmes (“serge from Nîmes”), after the French town of Nîmes, where denim fabric was originally produced.

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