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mohair
American English: /ˈmoʊˌhɛr/
British English: /ˈməʊhɛː/

Translation of mohair in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Their large herd of Angora goats that are sheared for the fiber the goats produce, mohair, are rounded up twice a year.
    • His great-uncle started the business in the mid-19th century when he moved to Bradford from Turkey to trade in opium for the pharmaceutical trade, wheat, barley, fur and mohair.
    • Farmers from as far as Jilingarra, Gidgegannup, Merredin and Armadale visited the farm to see a team of local shearers and the preparation of mohair for sale.

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