Translation of fleece in Spanish:
- 1.1 c and u (on sheep) lana (feminine)Example sentences1.2 c and u (from sheep) vellón (masculine) the jacket is lined with fleece la chaqueta está forrada con corderito or (Spain/España) borreguillo the Golden Fleece el vellocino de oro
Example sentences1.3 c and u (artificial) corderito (masculine) or (Spain/España) borreguillo (masculine) sintético
- Goats feel the cold and dislike damp and wet as they don't have thick fleeces like sheep or tough hide like cows.
- The higher the altitude and the colder the climate, the fleece of the goats is softer and thicker and conducive to be used for shawls.
- Classed as a primitive breed, they bear little resemblance to more common types of sheep with thick white fleeces.
Example sentences1.4 countable/numerable [Clothing/Indumentaria] forro (masculine) polar
- The heavy fleece shorn from these lambs is of exceptional quality and very, very soft.
- These padded garments, now known as gambesons, were made by sewing fleeces, raw wool or layers of woollen cloth between two layers of linen, felt or leather.
- Before the hard times, she had simply sold her fleeces to the British Wool Board.
- Fusing American Indian imagery with functional fleece, cotton and Lycra, she produces snow boarding hats, tops and coats in earthy shades.
- How important a role does polar or micro fleece play in your outerwear line?
- I hardly noticed the chill in the air through my jacket and layers of fleece as a light rain began to fall, and the liquid movement of my paddle made me feel completely at one with the water.
- For the first time, the contract will involve the supply of the entire Garda uniform, including a blouson jacket with zip-in fleece, shirts, trousers and boots.
- He was ‘scruffy’, wearing a dark jacket, grey fleece, hat and khaki trousers.
- He is 30 minutes late and hardly cuts an imposing figure, dressed shabbily in an old pair of tracksuit bottoms and trainers, polo shirt and fleece.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 (defraud) [colloquial/familiar] [person] desplumar [colloquial/familiar], fajar (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) [colloquial/familiar]
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