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cheviot
Pronunciation: / ʃeˈβjo(t) /

Translation of cheviot in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Los abrigos eran de hilados gruesos y pesados como el cheviot.
  • "A ver, ""rusos"" son los abrigos de cheviot que el sastre tiene en su tienda."
  • La primera línea presentada se compone de prendas en las que el tejido juega con la forma de pata de gallo, los cuadros y el cheviot.

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