satin

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A cloth woven from silk, nylon or polyester with a glossy surface and a dull back. (The same weaving technique applied to cotton produces cloth termed sateen)
Smooth and shiny, glossy. Particularly describing a type of paint
{n} a kind of very soft, close and shining silk
– Finish that has had the gloss reduced to provide a softer sheen A flattening agent made from fumed silica reduces the amount of light reflected by the surface
silk, rayon, synthetics Originated in China (Zaytoun, China - now Canton - a port from which satins were exported during the Middle Ages) Became known in Europe during the XIIth, and XIIIth Centuries in Italy Became known in England by the XIVth Century It became a favorite of all court life because of its exquisite qualities and feel Usually has a lustrous surface and a dull back The lustre is produced by running it between hot cylinders Made in many colors, weights, varieties, qualities, and degrees of stiffness A low grade silk or a cotton filling is often used in cheaper cloths
- Finish that has had the gloss reduced to provide a softer sheen A flattening agent made from fumed silica reduces the amount of light reflected by the surface
Fabric of particular weave and gloss finish The finish is achieved by heat treatment, resulting in fabric with a high sheen face and matt reverse side Often but not exclusively made from silk, modern alternatives include rayon examples
a fabric (as of silk) in satin weave with lustrous face and dull back
Satin is a smooth, shiny kind of cloth, usually made from silk. a peach satin ribbon
A soft-sheen finish
A weave which the warp float over several yarns, giving a smooth finish
Fabric used for dye-sublimation Fire retardant is available Outdoor use is not recommended Finishing rating-Excellent Liner recommended when double-sided Cleaning-Dry clean Multiple cleanings will cause fading Do not exceed a heat of 225 Interior durability: UV exposure will cause fading Water may cause spotting Folding will cause creasing Can be steamed or ironed (cool setting) from backside
a smooth fabric of silk or rayon; has a glossy face and a dull back
A traditional fabric utilizing a satin weave construction to achieve a lustrous fabric surface Satin is a traditional fabric for evening and wedding garments Typical examples of satin weave fabrics include: slipper satin, crepe-back satin, faille satin, bridal satin, moleskin, and royal satin
Silk Duchase Satin The best satin money can buy Its luxurious sheen and richness is unparalleled in satins For brides who are unwilling to compromise on their wedding gowns Polyester Duchase Satin Also known as Italian satin or Matte Satin, which try to imitates the qualities of a good silk satin Has less tendency to wrinkle than silk satin Polyester Satin One of the most popular, because it is inexpensive Try not to get a gown that is made with a polyester satin that is too thin or too shiny Acetate Satin Very similar to polyester satin, but have a tendency to wrinkle and a substantial shine
A closely woven fabric of rayon or silk with a smooth and glossy finish
Satin weaves are used in making satin fabrics, thereby the full-face color of the warp or the filling on the material is ensured For example, in an eight-shaft satin weave, the warp ends show on the face of the cloth only one interlacing in every eight; the filling would show on the face of the goods every seven out of eight interlacing
If something such as a paint, wax, or cosmetic gives something a satin finish, it reflects light to some extent but is not very shiny. a type of cloth that is very smooth and shiny (probably from zaytuni, from Zaytun ancient Chinese port (probably Tsinkiang)). having a smooth shiny surface. Fabric constructed by the satin weaving method, one of the three basic textile weaves. Satin weave superficially resembles twill but does not have the regular step in each successive weft that characterizes twills. Thus, there is no strong diagonal line, and the fabric is smooth-faced, with an unbroken surface made up of long floating warp yarns. Because satins are susceptible to the wear caused by rubbing and snagging, they are considered luxury fabrics. Satin is made in different weights for various uses, including dresses (particularly evening wear), linings, bedspreads, and upholstery. Though originally of silk, it may be made of yarns of other fibres
{i} type of fabric with a shiny finish and a soft texture
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decribes a lamination finish Satin is de-lustered to reduced glare
A tightly woven effect that creates a fabric with a beautiful sheen on one side Typically made in man-made fabrics such as polyester, satin is probably the most common bridal-gown fabric finish While satin is most often associated with a high-gloss look, it is also available in a matte finish with a toned-down glow
A silk cloth, of a thick, close texture, and overshot woof, which has a glossy surface
A widely-spaced twill using five warps and wefts
satin bowerbird
of southeast Australia; male is glossy violet blue; female is light gray-green
satin finish
Alternate term for dull finish on coated paper
satin finish
A surface finish that behaves as a diffuse reflector, which is lustrous but not mirror-like
satin finish
Architectural or builders' hardware that has been scoured with an abrasive to achieve a dull lustre
satin finish
A smooth delicately embossed finished paper with sheen
satin finish
The dried film of paint or other finishing material which does not have a full luster, but a dull luster like that of satin
satin finish
Semi-gloss finish
satin finish
Sometimes called an "open pore" finish this protective coating on the wood was developed to protect the instrument while allowing it to vibrate It has a dull appearance in contrary to lacquer or French polish
satin finish
paper term
satin finish
A semi-gloss finish
satin stitch
An embroidery stitch worked in close parallel lines to give a solid satinlike finish
satin stitch
flat stitches worked so closely as to resemble satin
satin weave
A style of weaving producing smooth- faced fabric in which the warp interlaces with the filling at points distributed over the surface
satin weave
A basic weave construction with the interlacing of the threads so arranged that the face of the cloth is covered with warp yarn or filling yarn and no twill line is distinguishable
satin weave
a weave in which the filling and warp threads intersect in such a way as to give a smooth compact surface with no distinguishable twill line
denmark satin
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satin

    Silbentrennung

    sat·in

    Türkische aussprache

    sätın

    Aussprache

    /ˈsatən/ /ˈsætən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sa-t&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, probably from Arabic zaytunI, literally, of Zaytun, seaport in China during the Middle Ages.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    satin almak, satin alma

    Wort des Tages

    matronym
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