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terry
American English: /ˈtɛri/
British English: /ˈtɛri/

Translation of terry in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • 1.1 uncountableterry (cloth o (in British English also) towelling) (fabric)
    (before noun) (robe)
    de toalla or felpa
    1.2 countableterry (nappy)
    Example sentences
    • Wash and wipe down surfaces with a clean, terry cloth towel.
    • Using a fabric button kit from the craft or fabric store, cover a large button with fabric to coordinate with your sandals - blue terry cloth and red-and-white gingham in this case.
    • The scrub person drapes the infant warmer with sterile terry cloth towels and ensures that there are two bulb syringes and cord clamps in the warmer.

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