woolens

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Englisch - Türkisch
yünlü elbiseler
(isim) yünlü elbiseler
(Tekstil) yünlüler, yünlü giysiler
woolen
yünlü

Sıcak, yünlü bir etek arıyorum. - I'm looking for a warm, woolen skirt.

O, yünlü bir kazak giyer. - She wears a woolen sweater.

woolen
yün

O, yünden bir kazak giyiyor. - He is wearing a woolen sweater.

Sıcak, yünlü bir etek arıyorum. - I'm looking for a warm, woolen skirt.

woolen
yamçı
woolen
yünden yapılmış
clothes moth
güve
woolen
{s} çoğ. yünlüler, yünlü giysiler
Englisch - Englisch
woolen clothes collectively
{i} clothes made of wool; knit fabric made from wool
clothes moth
woolen
An item of clothing made from wool

Put all the woolens in this basket.

woolen
{i} fabric woven from wool; garment made from wool
woolen
Made of wool; consisting of wool; as, woolen goods
woolen
{s} of wool; like wool; made from wool
woolen
of or related to or made of wool; "a woolen sweater"
woolen
Of or pertaining to wool or woolen cloths; as, woolen manufactures; a woolen mill; a woolen draper
woolen
of or related to or made of wool; "a woolen sweater
woolen
a system of processing that utilizes the shorter length wools within a grade
woolen
Describes yarn made using the woolen spinning system
woolen
a fabric made of wool and especially of woolen yarns having a fuzzy or napped face (as for use in clothing or blankets) -- compare worsted Garments of woolen fabric, namely a fabric made of wool
woolen
Cloth made of wool; woollen goods
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In 1666 an Act of Parliament was passed for “burying in woollen only,” which was intended for “the encouragement of the woollen manufactures of the kingdom, and prevention of the exportation of money for the buying and importing of linen ” Repealed in 1814 “ `Odious! in woollen I`twould a saint provoke;' (Wefe the last words that poor Narcissa spoke) `No! let a charming chintz and Brussels lace Wrap my cold limbs, and shade my lifeless face One would not, sure, be frightful when one's dead; And- Betty- give the cheeks a little red ' ” Pope: Moral Essays, Ep i This was the ruling passion strong in death At the time this was written it was compulsory to bury in woollen Narcissa did not dread death half so much as being obliged to wear flannel instead of her fine mantles Narcissa was Mrs Oldfield, the actress, who died 1731 Woollen goods (See Linen Goods )
woolen
a fabric made from the hair of sheep
woolen
Made of wool
woolen
A wool yarn of mixed staple that has been carded Fibers are neither as long or as parallel as worsted yarn
woolens
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