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taffeta
American English: /ˈtæfədə/
British English: /ˈtafɪtə/

Translation of taffeta in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • Gowns in black, burnished orange, cognac and pale pink easily communicate the rock princess vibe, especially when combined with silk taffeta, velvets and plush taffetas.
    • The shapes are a lot more feminine, the fabrics - taffeta, silk and lace - are a lot more feminine, and there are more textures involved.
    • Will you hear the crisp crackle of silk taffeta or did you just use glazed cotton which will make no sound at all?

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