Definition of microfibre in English:

microfibre

Line breaks: micro|fibre
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌɪkrəʊfʌɪbə(r)
 
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(US also microfiber)

noun

A very fine synthetic yarn: a tightly woven microfibre used as a lining fabric [as modifier]: lilac microfibre sweaters
More example sentences
  • Knits are available in 100 percent cotton, blends and synthetics, including microfibers and performance fibers.
  • In the case of very tightly woven microfibers, you may wish to tip the pattern slightly off-grain in order to prevent puckered seams.
  • In addition, the fiber is as warm as traditional performance fabrics, but it weighs half as much because the microfibers are so fine.

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