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Definition von madras im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

izmir'de bir dağ
Balıkesir'de, Madra çayı üzerinde, sulama ve içme suyu amacıyla 1991-1998 yılları arasında inşa edilmiş bir baraj
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a style of curry dish purported to originate from the Madras region

I’ll have the Chicken Madras.”.

Former name of Chennai, the state capital of Tamil Nadu, India
a brightly colored cotton fabric with a checked or striped pattern

The service makes available, during limited weekend hours, a handful of the company’s items – cargo shorts, tank tops, and the like – to the Hamptons house guest who discovers that he can’t make it to Monday without purchasing one of those weird madras patchwork blazers.

{i} seaport and capital city of Tamil Nadu (state in southeastern India); former name of Tamil Nadu
A large silk-and- cotton kerchief, usually of bright colors, such as those often used by negroes for turbans
A type of Indian curry powder Available at Indian groceries and gourmet food shops
Named for the city in India where t originated, madras is a lightweight, plain weave cotton fabric noted for its bleeding colors in stripes, checks and plaids
Invented by the British! Usually contains tomato, almond and lemon juice along with hot chilli powder
A lightweight plain weave cotton fabric with a striped, plaid, or checked pattern A true madras will bleed when washed This type of fabric is usually imported from India End-uses are men's and women's shirts and dresses
a city in Tamil Nadu on the Bay of Bengal; formerly Madras
a state in southeastern India on the Bay of Bengal (south of Andhra Pradesh); formerly Madras
Fibre: Cotton - some in rayon and silk Weave: Plain, also dobby or jacquard for designs Characteristics: Originated in Madras, india and it is a very old cloth Much of it has a plain coloured background with stripes, plaid, checks, or designs on it Has a high thread count adn fine Made with combed or carded yarns depending on the quality Some is mercerized to make it lustrous and durable Often the dyes are not fast and with each washing, colour changes take place Uses: Men's and women's sportswear of all kinds, dresses, separates, shirts
a light patterned cotton cloth
{i} light cotton fabric usually woven with a pattern of colorful stripes or plaids
Handloomed Indian cotton fabric in plaids, checks, or stripes all colorfully intermingled Because the yarn is dyed with natural vegetable dyes, colors run together (bleeding), producing a muted effect The weave itself has many slubs and imperfections
– A city in India, located on the Bay of Bengal
A madras curry is a rather hot spicy curry. a city and port in southeast India, the capital of Tamil Nadu state. Its official name is now Chennai
madras eye
Conjunctivitis (also called pink eye or madras eye) is inflammation of the conjunctiva (the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids). It is most commonly due to an infection (usually viral, but sometimes bacterial) or an allergic reaction



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    /ˈmadrəs/ /ˈmædrəs/


    [ 'ma-dr&s; m&-'dras, -' ] (noun.) circa 1830. From Madras.

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