Definition of moquette in English:

moquette

Syllabification: mo·quette
Pronunciation: /mōˈket
 
/

noun

A thick pile fabric used for carpets and upholstery.
More example sentences
  • Here are rolls of cinema moquette, squares of carpet, specially designed for particular cinema chains in patterns to die for, ashtrays, decorated seat ends, stunning light fittings, scent sprays from the 1920s.

Origin

1930s: from French, perhaps from obsolete Italian mocaiardo 'mohair'.

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