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Dictionary English German: [cloth]

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English German
funky {adj} [sl.] [of cloth etc., unusual, imaginative]
684
merkwürdig [Kleidung etc.]
burial {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cave, chamber, cloth, crown, mound, plot]
20
Grab- [z. B. Höhle, Kammer, Tuch, Krone, Hügel, Parzelle]
mixed {adj} {past-p} [cloth, material]
8
meliert
textil. unmilled {adj} [woollen cloth]
7
ungewalkt [Wollstoff, Loden]
polishing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. agent, brush, cloth, disc, machine]Polier- [z. B. Mittel, Bürste, Tuch, Scheibe, Maschine]
Verbs
textil. to singe sth. [e.g. cloth]
216
etw.Akk. abflammen [z. B. Tuch]
to dishevel [hair, cloth etc.]
150
zerwühlen
to cover sth. [with cloth, leather etc.]
88
etw. beziehen [mit Stoff, Leder etc.]
to crumple sth. [cloth, skirt, etc.]
47
etw.Akk. zerdrücken [ugs.] [verknittern] [Stoff, Rock etc.]
to brush sth. [with a cloth]
46
etw. wischen [aufwischen]
to crumple sth. [cloth]
19
etw. verdrücken [regional] [zerknittern, zerknautschen] [Stoff, Kleidungsstück]
to last [cloth, flowers, food etc.]
12
halten [z. B. Kleidung, Blumen, Lebensmittel etc.]
to mix [cloth, material]
6
melieren
to shrink sth. [cloth, etc.]etw.Akk. schrumpfen lassen [Stoff etc.]
textil. to teasel [cloth]kardieren
Nouns
snag [in a piece of cloth etc.]
333
Riss {m} [in Stoff]
textil. bolt [roll of cloth, paper etc.]
68
Ballen {m} [Rolle]
clout [archaic] [rag, cloth]
54
Lappen {m}
relig. pall [archaic] [altar cloth]
54
Altartuch {n}
textil. corner [of a piece of cloth, blanket etc.]
51
Zipfel {m} [von Tuch, Decke etc.]
shroud [cloth to wrap a body for burial]
22
Sterbehemd {n}
textil. clout [archaic] [piece of cloth to mend sth.]
19
Flicken {m}
textil. throws [cloth]
19
Überwürfe {pl} [Stoff]
width [of cloth, paper]
14
Bahn {f} [Stoff, Papier]
cloth. bonnet [a (cloth or straw) hat tied under the chin and worn by women and children]
11
Schutenhut {m}
oilskin [cloth]
10
Öltuch {n}
ind. jobs fuller [person who fulls cloth]
9
Walker {m}
length [of cloth, wallpaper, etc.]
9
Bahn {f} [Stoff, Tapete etc.]
textil. khaki [cloth]
8
Kaki {m}
textil. khaki [cloth]
7
Khaki {m}
roll [of cloth etc.]
5
Ballen {m} [Rolle]
hist. [coarse cloth of the journeymen to wrap up their belongings]Charlottenburger {m} [bedrucktes Tuch für das Hab und Gut auf der Walz]
[embroidered home blessing cloth]gestickter Haussegen {m} [Tuch]
cloth. textil. awayu [q'ipirina, q'ipina] [Andean carrying cloth]Aguayo {n}
floorcloth [Br.] [floor cleaning cloth]Aufputztuch {n}
textil. grisette [cheap unbleached cloth]Grisette {f} [einfacher grauer Stoff]
cloth. ethn. textil. kente [kente cloth]Kente {f}
textil. moleskin [cotton cloth]Englischleder {n} [Moleskin; Baumwollstoff]
muleta [red cloth in bullfighting]Muleta {f}
relig. purificator [cloth used to wipe off the chalice]Kelchtuch {n}
relig. purificator [cloth used to wipe off the chalice]Kelchtüchlein {n}
relig. purificator [cloth used to wipe off the chalice]Purifikatorium {n}
Unverified raasclat [vulg.] [pej.] [Jamaican insult - 'arse cloth' = toilet paper]Arschloch {n} [vulg.] [pej.]
hist. textil. saye [woollen cloth, originally woven in Saye Mills in the 15th and 16th centuries][Wolltuch, dünnes Wollzeug, das im 15./16. Jhd. in England gewebt wurde; benannt nach Saye Mills, einem Vorort von Bristol]
cloth. shemagh [traditional headdress typically worn by Arab men made of a square of cloth]Shemagh {n} [von Männern getragenes Kopftuch in der arabischen Welt]
relig. the cloth [clergy, esp. "members of the cloth"]die Geistlichkeit {f}
cloth. zoris [flat thonged sandals usually made of straw, cloth, leather, or rubber]Zehenstegsandalen {pl}
2 Words: Others
lint-free {adj} [e.g. cloth]nicht fusselnd [z. B. Tuch]
2 Words: Verbs
to drape sth. with [cloth, blanket, etc.]etw. mit [Stoff, Decke etc.] behängen
to roll up [cloth, paper, rug]zusammenrollen
to wear away [cloth]abscheuern [Tuch, Kleidung]
2 Words: Nouns
cloth. bridal gauntlets [secured by a ring or loop of cloth about one finger]Brauthandschuhe {pl} [hier: Stulpen mit Fingerschlaufen]
tech. bucking cloth [also: bucking-cloth]Laugentuch {n}
agr. FoodInd. cheese cloth [cloth to take the curd out of the whey]Ausziehtuch {n} [schweiz.] [österr.] [zum Heraussieben von Käsebruch]
jobs textil. cloth dresser [also: cloth-dresser] [archaic]Tuchbereiter {m} [veraltet]
archi. hist. cloth hall [cloth-traders' hall] [free-standing guildhall]Gewandhaus {n}
hist. jobs textil. cloth maker [maker of cloth from combed wool]Zeugmacher {m} [Tuchmacher, der aus gekämmter Schafwolle Stoffe herstellt]
cloth. hist. coa vestis [Coan cloth]koisches Gewebe {n}
face covering [for COVID-19, i.e. cloth or paper face covering, scarf, bandana]Mund- und Nasenschutz {m} [z. B. DIY-Stoffmaske, Schal od. Tuch]
ind. textil. finishing establishment [for cloth]Appreturanstalt {f}
textil. fulling mill [machine for fulling cloth]Walke {f} [Maschine, mit der Filze hergestellt werden]
kettle holder [pot cloth]Topflappen {m}
optics lens wipe [lens (cleaning) cloth]Linsenputztuch {n}
optics lens wipe [lens (cleaning) cloth]Linsenwischtuch {n}
table cover [table cloth]Tischdecke {f}
cloth. tapa-sexo [a strip of tape or cloth that covers a (dancer's) genitalia; esp. used in samba school parades]Tapa Sexo {n}
3 Words: Others
bordered by gold {adj} [postpos.] [ceiling, table cloth, etc.]goldumrandet [Zimmerdecke, Tischdecke etc.]
3 Words: Nouns
textil. (coarse) woven roving [fiberglass cloth](schweres) Köpergewebe {n}
cloth. textil. three corner tear [right-angled tear/hole in piece of clothing or cloth often caused by a snag]Dreiangel {m} {f} {n} [regional] [Triangel]
5+ Words: Verbs
Unverified to touch cloth / to be touching cloth [Br.] [Aus.] [Irish] [vulg.] [hum.][ein starkes Bedürfnis haben, zu defäkieren]
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