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The largest of the Channel Islands in the English Channel between France and Great Britain
A type of cow from Jersey
New Jersey
A garment knitted from wool, worn over the upper body
A shirt worn by a member of an athletic team, usually oversized, typically depicting the athlete's name and team number as well as the team's logotype
{n} combed wool, woolen yarn, an island
{i} British island in the English Channel; New Jersey (Informal)
A Jersey cow or a Jersey is a light brown cow that produces very creamy milk
Jersey is a knitted, slightly stretchy fabric used especially to make women's clothing. Sheila had come to dinner in a black jersey top. The largest of the Channel Islands in the English Channel. It was annexed by the Normans in 933, and French influence has persisted since autonomy was granted in 1204. a light brown cow that gives high quality milk. Largest and southernmost of the Channel Islands, in the English Channel. Area: 44.9 sq mi (116.2 sq km). Population (2002 est.): 87,400. Capital: St. Helier (pop., 2001: 28,310). Separated from Normandy in 1204, it kept its Norman law and local customs but was administered for the British king by a warden. It was given legislative authority in 1771. It is now governed by a popularly elected assembly, which is presided over by a royally appointed bailiff. There is also a lieutenant governor, who represents the British monarch. Jersey fabric and Jersey cattle take their names from the island. Breed of small, short-horned dairy cattle that originated on Jersey in the English Channel. They are believed to have descended from French cattle. Jerseys are usually fawn-or cream-coulored, but darker shades are common. They were introduced in large numbers into England 1811 and into the U.S. in 1850. Adaptable to a wide range of conditions, the Jersey is found worldwide. Its milk is remarkably high in butterfat, and it is an important breed wherever butter is produced (including New Zealand and Denmark)
A jersey is a knitted piece of clothing that covers the upper part of your body and your arms and does not open at the front. Jerseys are usually worn over a shirt or blouse. His grey jersey and trousers were sodden with the rain. = jumper, sweater, pullover
‑ A single knit fabric characterized by chain stitch in the face and courses on the back
A kind of knitted jacket; hence, in general, a closefitting jacket or upper garment made of an elastic fabric (as stockinet)
a close-fitting pullover shirt
Single knit construction which has rows of vertical loops (knit stitches) on the face and rows of horizontal half-loops (purl stitches) on the back Jersey can be any fiber content and can be knit flat or circular Often used in short sleeve knit shirts
The finest of wool separated from the rest; combed wool; also, fine yarn of wool
The consistent interlooping of yarns in the jersey stitch to produce a fabric with a smooth, flat face, and a more textured, but uniform back Jersey fabrics may be produced on either circular or flat weft knitting machines
Fibre: Wool, worsted, silk, cotton, rayon, andsynthetics Weave: Knitted on circular, flat-bed or warp knitted methods (later popular as a tricot-knit) Characteristics: Right side has lenghtwise ribs (wales) and wrong side has crosswise ribs (courses) Very elastec with good draping qualities Has special crease-resistant qualities due to its construction Is knitted plain or has many elaborate tweed designs and fancy motifs as well as printed designs Can look very much like woven fabric Wears very well and if washable, it washes very well First made on the Island on Jersey off the English coast and used for fisherman's clothing Stretch as you sew Uses: Dress goods, sportswear, suits, underwear, coats, gloves, sweaters, hats
Is a plain weft-knitted fabric All IL MIGLIORE jersey knits are double mercerized and knit with 50/2 yarn
A soft, plain-knitted fabric used for clothing with a face side that is distinctly different from the backside This fabric was originally made of wool on the island of Jersey, England
A shirt worn by a member of an athletic team, usually oversized, typically depicting the athletes name and team number as well as the teams logotype
breed from the island of Jersey a slightly elastic machine-knit fabric a close-fitting pullover shirt
breed from the island of Jersey
{i} machine knitted fabric; close-fitting article of clothing made from a knitted fabric (sweater, skirt, etc.)
One of a breed of cattle in the Island of Jersey
Jerseys are noted for the richness of their milk
A knitted fabric of one or more textures of wool, cotton, or silks A plain stitch knitted cloth in contrast to rib-knitted fabric
a slightly elastic machine-knit fabric
Jersey Legal French
A dialect of French used historically by the parliament of Jersey
Jersey girl
A woman, usually from New Jersey, characterised as loud and wearing bright clothing, far too much make-up, big hair and oversized gaudy earrings
Jersey girls
plural form of Jersey girl
Jersey lightning
Jersey City
city located in northeast New Jersey (USA)
Jersey City
A city of northeast New Jersey on the Hudson River opposite lower Manhattan. Settled before 1650 by the Dutch, it came under English control in 1664 and is today a port of entry and major distribution center. Population: 228,537. City (pop., 2000: 240,055), northeastern New Jersey, U.S. It lies opposite New York City. First settled by Dutch trappers (1618) and known as Paulus Hook, it was purchased from the Delaware Indians and established as a permanent settlement by 1660. In 1779, during the American Revolution, Gen. Henry Lee won a victory there over the British. Renamed Jersey City in 1836, it is a manufacturing centre
Jersey Isles
group of islands in the English Channel
Jersey barrier
A protective concrete barrier used as a highway divider and a means of preventing access to a prohibited area
jersey city
a city in northeastern New Jersey (opposite Manhattan)
jersey elm
a variety of the English elm with erect branches and broader leaves
jersey knapweed
a variety of knapweed
New Jersey
A northeast state of the United States of America. Capital: Trenton
New Jersey Plan
a 1787 proposal for the structure of the United States Government
yellow jersey
The yellow-colored shirt worn by the leader of a cycling race at a certain time. It is used in the Tour de France
{n} one of the United States
New Jersey
state in the northeastern United States
New Jersey
NJ a state in the northeastern US, which has a large population and many businesses and industries. New Jersey was one of the 13 original states of the US, and the northern part of the state is across the Hudson River from New York City. It is often informally called Jersey. State (pop., 2000: 8,414,350), eastern U.S. Lying on the Atlantic Ocean, it is bordered by New York, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. It covers 7,790 sq mi (20,176 sq km); its capital is Trenton. The Hudson River forms its northeastern boundary; the Delaware River, its western boundary. Before European colonization, the region was inhabited by Delaware Indian tribes. Although it was sighted by Giovanni Verrazzano and Henry Hudson, it was first settled by Dutch and Swedish traders. It was the site of numerous battles during the American Revolution, including one led by Gen. George Washington in 1776, after crossing the Delaware (see Battles of Trenton and Princeton). It was the third state to ratify the U.S. Constitution in 1787. Between the Revolutionary and Civil wars, it underwent tremendous industrialization, abetted by the construction of canals and, later, railways. Although known as the "Garden State," a name influenced by its 18th-century agricultural fertility, its economy is based primarily on manufacturing, and it has many research facilities and laboratories. Tourism, led by Atlantic City, is also important. Chief cities include Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, and Elizabeth
plural of jersey
new jersey
one of the British colonies that formed the United States
new jersey
a Mid-Atlantic state on the Atlantic; one of the original 13 colonies
new jersey
a Mid-Atlantic state on the Atlantic; one of the original 13 colonies one of the British colonies that formed the United States
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jersey ineği
jersey cow
jersey ineği
New jersey
New Jersey
New jersey eyaleti
Garden State

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    jumper, pullover, sweater, guernsey


    /ˈʤərzē/ /ˈʤɜrziː/


    [ 'j&r-zE ] (noun.) 1587. From a typical fisherman's sweater used on the island of Jersey.


    ... for me, there’s a little place over here in New Jersey which is my favorite nudist ...
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