Translation of gossamer in Spanish:

gossamer

Pronunciation: /ˈgɑːsəmər; ˈgɒsəmə(r)/

n

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  • [literario/literary] telaraña (f); (before n) [wings/threads] tenue, sutil the fabric was gossamer-light el tejido era ligero y vaporoso
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    • My ivory limbs glisten under the weight of the lightest gossamer.
    • It looked to have been crafted from gossamer, or light itself.
    • It resembles something sewn together out of scraps of gossamer: it's delicate and ethereal.

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