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devoré
American English: /dəˈvɔreɪ/
British English: /dəˈvɔːreɪ/

Translation of devoré in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (fabric)
    Example sentences
    • Blair says, ‘What I've done is soften the colours, bleach and fade the prints in some cases, and put them on chiffons or devoré velvets.’
    • It was during his college years that he learnt his trademark and highly specialised craft of working with a silk and velvet mix known as devore velvet.
    • Burnt out devore velvets will be a strong fashion as they look great in rich jewel tones.

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