linen

listen to the pronunciation of linen
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} keten

Sadece pamuk ve keten gibi doğal liflerden yapılmış kumaşları ütülerken en yüksek ısı ayarlarını kullanın. - Use the highest heat settings only when you're ironing fabrics made of natural fibers like cotton or linen.

O bana yarım düzine keten mendil verdi. - He gave me a half dozen linen handkerchiefs.

{i} çamaşır

Kirli çamaşırlarını ortaya dökme. - Don't wash your dirty linen in public.

keten kumaş
(Tekstil) kelen çarşaf
{i} masa örtüleri ve yatak çarşafları
çarşaf

Annem yatağıma temiz çarşaf koydu. - My mother put clean linen on my bed.

(yatak/masa/vb.) keten örtü
keten çarşaf
{i} iç çamaşırı, çamaşır
{i} bez
keten örgü
(Tekstil) keten örtü
keten bezi
linen bag
çuval
linen draper
(Tekstil) manifaturacı
linen basket
Kirli çamaşır sepeti
linen skirt
keten etek
linen suit
keten takım
linen closet
çamaşır dolabı
linen cupboard
çamaşır dolabı
linen drapery
(Tekstil) manifaturacılık
linen fibres
(Tarım) keten lifi
linen mix
(Tekstil) keten karışımı
linen room keeper
(Turizm) çamaşırhane şefi
linen supply and delivery
(Ticaret) keten temini ve dağıtımı
cotton linen
(Tekstil) pamuklu keten
handkerchief linen
(Tekstil) ince keten bezi
bed linen
çarşaf ve yastık kılıfı
cotton linen
yarı keten
pure linen
saf keten
table linen
sofra örtüsü
bath linen
banyo havlusu
household linen
ev keten
soiled linen bag
Kirli çamaşır torbası
wash one´s dirty linen in public
kirli çamaşırlarını ortaya dökmek
bleached linen yarn
(Tekstil) ağartılmış keten ipliği
half linen
(Tekstil) yarı keten
i want something in linen
keten bir şey arıyorum
oiled linen
(Tekstil) yağlı keten
pure linen
(Teknik,Tekstil) has keten
suiting linen
(Tekstil) kostümlük keten
surgical linen suture
cerrahi keten iplik
table linen
masa örtüsü ve peçeteler
table linen
(bezden yapılmış) sofra örtüleri ve peçeteler
transparent linen
(Tiyatro) saydam pano
union linen
(Tekstil) yarı keten
wash dirty linen in public
(deyim) wash one's dirty linen in public [kd] kirli csamasirlarini ortaya dokmek,kendi veya ailesinin ic yuzunu ortaya koymak
wash one's dirty linen
kirli çamaşırlarını ortaya dökmek
Englisch - Englisch
Domestic textiles, such as tablecloths, bedding, towels, under clothes, etc., that are made of linen or linen-like fabrics of cotton or other fibers; linens

She put the freshly cleaned linens into the linen closet.

Thread or cloth made from flax fiber
A light beige colour, like that of linen cloth undyed

linen colour:.

{n} cloth of hemp or flax
{a} made of linen
Linen is tablecloths, sheets, pillowcases, and similar things made of cloth that are used in the home. embroidered bed linen
Natural fiber made from the flax plant Easily wrinkled; wrinkles considered proper and part of the fabric's charm Fiber breathes extraordinarily well, and clothing composed of linen is a staple of warm-weather dressing
fabric woven from Flax
a cloth made from flax and noted for its strength, coolness, and luster
Made from flax fibers, this fabric was first used for clothing by the ancient Egyptians Linen is often combined with cotton or other fabrics; by itself it wrinkles badly As a result, you're more likely to see linen as a fabric in suits and other informal bridal dresses
Underclothing, esp
Linen is a kind of cloth that is made from a plant called flax. It is used for making clothes and things such as tablecloths and sheets. a white linen suit. cottons, woolens, silks and linens
A fabric woven from fibers of the flax plant Often blended with cotton, rayon or silk to produce a soft touch Popular for window covering and apparel
Postcards published in the late 20s through 50s, using a textured paper with a crosshatched surface The surface resembles linen fabric The cards romanticized the images of gas stations, diners, hotels and other commercial buildings Using the photographic image of an establishment, all undesirable features, such as telephone poles, junk yards, background clutter, and sometimes even cars and people were remove by airbrush
Experienced stitchers consider linen to be the standard of excellence in fabric The threads used to weave linen vary in thickness, giving linen fabrics a slightly irregular surface When you purchase linen, remember to measure thread count by threads per inch Most designs are worked over two threads, so 28-count linen will yield 14 stitches per inch Linens are woven in counts from 14 to 40 threads per inch
white goods or clothing made with linen cloth
a fabric woven with fibers from the flax plant
A natural fabric woven from flax yarns
A cloth especially desirable as a support for painting It is one of the several textiles that may be called canvas
Thread or cloth made of flax or (rarely) of hemp; used in a general sense to include cambric, shirting, sheeting, towels, tablecloths, etc
This is the strongest of the vegetable fibers and has 2 to 3 times the strength of cotton It is made from flax, a bast fiber taken from the stalk of the plant The l uster is from the natural wax content Creamy white to light tan, this fiber can be easily dyed and the color does not fade when washed Linen does wrinkle easily
{i} garments and other things made of linen; sheets; tablecloth and napkins
in this context refers to bed sheets, blankets, pillowcases, pillows, and towels
white goods or clothing made with linen cloth a fabric woven with fibers from the flax plant a high-quality paper made of linen fibers or with a linen finish
A fabric derived from the Flax plant and has a textured, slightly loose weave with a soft feel and an elegant drape It is a cellulose fiber and is treated like cotton for most uses
natural fiber obtained from the stalk of the flax plant
Made of linen; as, linen cloth; a linen stocking
Fabric made of fibres removed from the stem of the flax plant; it was probably the first textile fabric to be used
A fabric made from linen fibers obtained from inside the woody stem of the flax plant Linen fibers are much stronger and more lustrous than cotton Linen fabrics are very cool and absorbent, but wrinkle very easily, unless blended with manufactured fibers Linen is one of the oldest textile fibers
Flax, the raw material used to make linen fabric, is a fine, soft bast fiber obtained from the stalks of the plant by the process of retting The fibers are silver gray, bluish gray, brown, or creamy white in color and 12 to 40 inches long Flax has a soft, silky luster and is a good conductor of heat
the shirt, as being, in former times, chiefly made of linen
In a hotel, sheets and towels that are changed daily
A fine fabric, also referred to as evenweave, even though it's not always an evenweave There are many types of Linen fabrics available, such as Irish, Dublin, Cork, and Belfast
A natural cellulose fiber that is produced from the stem of the flax plant Linen fibers are stronger, stiffer and more lustrous than cotton; they yield cool, absorbent fabrics that wrinkle easily
Postcards published in the late 20s through 50s, using a textured paper with a cross hatched surface The surface resembles linen fabric The cards romaticized the images of gas stations, diners, hotels and other commercial buildings Using the photographic image of an establishment, all undesirable features, such as telephone poles, junk yards, background clutter, and sometimes even cars and people were removed by air brushing
Domestic textiles made from linen or linen-like fabrics, such as tablecloths, bedding, towels, and the such
‑ A durable, absorbent fabric made of flax
{s} made of flax, made of linen
A light beige colour, like that of linen cloth
{i} cloth made from flax
to wash your dirty linen in public: see dirty. Fibre, yarn, and fabric made from the flax plant. Flax is one of the oldest textile fibres used by humans; evidence of its use has been found in Switzerland's prehistoric lake dwellings. Fine linen fabrics have been discovered in ancient Egyptian tombs. The fibre is obtained by subjecting plant stalks to a series of operations, including retting (a fermentation process), drying, crushing, and beating. Linen is stronger than cotton, dries more quickly, and is more slowly affected by exposure to sunlight. Low elasticity, imparting a hard, smooth texture, makes linen subject to wrinkling. Because linen absorbs and releases moisture quickly and is a good conductor of heat, linen garments feel cool to wearers. Fine grades of linen are made into woven fabrics and laces for apparel and household furnishings
is a fine single thread evenweave
A paper that emulates the look and texture of linen cloth
A fabric woven from flax yarns Often linens, clothing, bedding, etc , made of linen or a more common substitute as cotton Linen has a natural luster and is soil resistant
a high-quality paper made of linen fibers or with a linen finish
Resembling linen cloth; white; pale
lyne
linsey
linen basket
A laundry basket
linen basket
A basket for holding and transporting textiles
linen closet
A shelved closet or cupboard used for the storage of household linen, particularly bedlinen and associated bedding, but also bathroom and kitchen linen (towels, etc.)
linen closets
plural form of linen closet
linen paper
High quality paper with a high linen (i.e., flax fiber) content
linen tester
Folding magnifying glass; which when unfolded forms a frame for the lens at a pre-focussed distance. Commonly used in stamp collecting
linen closet
small storage space used for storing garments and other things made of linen
linen cupboard
a cupboard in which sheets, towels etc are kept American Equivalent: linen closet
linen draper
{i} person who deals in linens; dry-goods dealer (British)
fair linen
Linen of the highest quality, especially that suited for use on an altar. The use of other quality fabric is now more common
linens
plural form of linen
linens
Household textiles made of linen-like cloth (such as cotton fabric), including tablecloths and bed sheets. The singular, linen, of this sense is rare
linens
Undergarments, underwear
table linen
tablecloths and napkins
bath linen
linens for use in the bathroom
bed linen
linen or cotton articles for a bed (as sheets and pillowcases)
bed linen
bed sheets, bedding materials (bedcover, bedclothes, bedspread, etc.)
bed linen
Bed linen is sheets and pillowcases. crisp white cotton bed linen. the sheets and pillowcases for a bed
dirty linen
personal matters that could be embarrassing if made public
dirty linen
private matters whose exposure brings embarrassment, past indiscretions, dirty laundry; dirty clothing in need of washing
foul linen
dirty laundry
linens
Household goods made of cloth like linen (such as cotton) including tablecloths and bed sheets
table linen
tablecloth, fabric used to cover a table
table linen
all the cloths used during a meal, such as napkins and tablecloths
table linen
linens for the dining table
wash one's dirty linen in public
do laundry in a place where others may enter at any time, reveal personal conflicts while in front of others
washed his dirty linen
fought about private issues in front of everyone, allowed everyone to know about his personal business
linen

    Silbentrennung

    lin·en

    Türkische aussprache

    lînın

    Aussprache

    /ˈlənən/ /ˈlɪnən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'li-n&n ] (adjective.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English līnen (“linen", "made of flax”), from Proto-Germanic *līnīnaz (“made of flax”), from Proto-Germanic *līnan (“flax”), from Proto-Indo-European *līn- (“flax”). Cognate with Latin linum (“flax”). More at line.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    linen room

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