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pleather
American English: /ˌplɛðər/
British English: /ˈplɛðə/

Translation of pleather in Spanish:

noun

uncountable (fabric)
  • Example sentences
    • Because of its greater reliability in dying, color nuances and prints, some designers find that they have more stylistic versatility with pleather than leather.
    • It is often thought of and described as a young-age leather, but pleather is not bound to the size or age quota that fashions frequently adhere to.
    • It was made out of leather, or possibly pleather, tight pants and a halter-top.

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