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Explanation: We commonly know leather as the shiny material used to make shoes. That is one side of the leather. However, the other side of leather skin, known as rubbahyde, is of velvety texture and not shiny. THis is normally used for flat, walking shoes we locally know in the Philippines as "gamosa".
Ria Holmgeirsson Germany Local time: 11:08 Native speaker of: Tagalog PRO pts in category: 2