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suiting
American English: /ˈsudɪŋ/
British English: /ˈsuːtɪŋ/

Translation of suiting in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • tela (feminine) or paño (masculine) para trajes de hombre
    Example sentences
    • Siyaram is also coming out with new products like a new range of polyester viscose suitings with additional specialty fibres such as Lycra and linen to provide fine quality suitings to consumers by the summer of 2004.
    • Linen comes in many weights ranging from very light, handkerchief linen, to heavy suitings.
    • Overall the market is difficult but there's a lot of interest in our lightweight worsted suitings and jacketings for spring 2006.

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