- 1 1.1 u (fabric) franela (f); (before n) [shirt/nightgown] de franelaMore example sentences1.2
(flannels pl)(trousers) pantalón (m) de franela a pair of flannels unos pantalones de franelaMore example sentences
- ‘You're probably not going to sell much heavy wool or heavy flannel fabric in south Texas,’ he said.
- Many parents prefer the cotton or flannel fabric because they are less expensive than silk sheets and are easier to clean.
- Consider earth tones of all kinds, and different kinds of fabrics like cotton flannel, faux leather, warm chenille, and luxurious velvet.
- So go crazy this fall because flannels, corduroys and tweeds are making a huge comeback.
- It's tonnes of fun, dancing and drinking cheap beer to frenzied mandolin picking while one of the vets oversees, clad in grey flannels, blazer, beret, and a strip of medals.
- Worn with a shirt in solid or pastel, or light stripes or checks and a subdued tie, this can go with flat front trousers or flannels.
- 2 c(face flannel)(BrE) toallita (f) (para lavarse) manopla (f)
- (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], meter paja [familiar/colloquial], payar (RPl) [familiar/colloquial], chamullar (Chi) [familiar/colloquial]More example sentences
- Susan Kramer, Lib Dem prospective parliamentary candidate for Richmond Park, said: ‘Residents are fed up with flannelling.’
- He apologised for the situation and then flannelled on about ramping up production, being victims of their own success, and how they could manage the problem.
- Really I'm not saying this to flatter or flannel - this is absolutely unique.