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easy-care
American English: /ˈizi kɛ(ə)r/

Translation of easy-care in Spanish:

adjective

  • (British English) (que necesita poca plancha, es fácil de lavar etc)
    Example sentences
    • Rayon blended with polyester makes some wonderful easy-care fabrics.
    • Innovations in colour, easy-care fabrics, and updated styling have brought khakis into every man's wardrobe.
    • The main line of the magazines was to promote electric appliances, detergents, and easy-care fabrics as agents that freed women for creative activities at home.

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