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wool
American English: /wʊl/
British English: /wʊl/

Translation of wool in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • a ball of wool
    un ovillo de lana
    pure new wool glass wool to pull the wool over somebody's eyes
    engañar a alguien
    taparle el cielo con un harnero a alguien (River Plate area)
    (before noun) wool trade
    comercio (masculine) de la lana
    an all-wool carpet
    una alfombra de pura lana
    Example sentences
    • Tents and rugs are made from sheep's wool or goats' hair.
    • She was wearing a cloak made out of a Lena's fur, which was much like a sheep's wool, only finer and much softer.
    • Nomads of the desert and the high plateau live in tents woven from goat's hair, wool, and grass.

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