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13:41 Aug 9, 2000
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
French term or phrase:Prince de Galles
This term refers to a wool fabric. Is it just Prince of Wales or do we have a different term? Many thanks.
Explanation: A woollen fabric used in the making of clothing, suits and so on. Generally, fine lines of the different tones of the same colour which cross over one another on a light (beigy-greeny) background.
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