hosiery

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çorap/çamaşır
(Tekstil) kadın çorabı
iç çamaşırı
(Tekstil) kadin çorabı
çoraplar
{i} tuhafiye
{i} mensucat
(Tekstil) çoraplar; çorap fabrikası; dokuma, mensucat
{i} çorap fabrikası

Çorap fabrikası günde 600.000 çift çorap üretir. - The hosiery factory produces 600,000 pairs of socks a day.

{i} çorapçılık
{i} çorap

Çorap fabrikası günde 600.000 çift çorap üretir. - The hosiery factory produces 600,000 pairs of socks a day.

{i} mensucat fabrikası
penye
hosiery  
(Tekstil) dokuma  
woollen hosiery
(Tekstil) tuhafiyecilik
İngilizce - İngilizce
undergarments worn on the legs, such as socks, stockings, and pantyhose
the business of a hosier
a stocking
{n} stockings, socks and the like wares
You use hosiery to refer to tights, stockings, and socks, especially when they are on sale in shops. a general word for tights, stockings, or socks, used in shops and in the clothing industry. Knit or woven coverings for the feet and legs, worn inside shoes. In the 8th century BC, Hesiod referred to linings for shoes; the Romans wrapped their feet, ankles, and legs in long strips of leather or woven cloth. Knitted socks were discovered in Egyptian tombs of the 3rd-6th century AD. The first knitting machine was invented in England in the 16th century. Full-fashioned stockings were knitted flat, then shaped and seamed up the back by hand. In the 19th century, seamless stockings, mostly of cotton, were knitted on circular machines, but they did not fit well; seamless hose did not become popular until the 1940s, when nylon replaced silk for dress hose. Pantyhose were introduced in the 1960s
{i} pantyhose, stockings, socks
Stockings, in general; goods knit or woven like hose
socks and stockings and tights collectively (the British include underwear as hosiery)
a shop selling hosiery
hosiery

    Heceleme

    ho·sie·ry

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    hōjıri

    Telaffuz

    /ˈhōᴢʜərē/ /ˈhoʊʒɜriː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hOzh-rE, 'hOz-; 'hO-zh&-r ] (noun.) 1796. hosier + -y

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