levantamiento del tejido/elaboración artesanal

English translation: the brocade or the embossed surface of the fabric/handmade manufacturing

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Spanish term or phrase:levantamiento del tejido/elaboración artesanal
English translation:the brocade or the embossed surface of the fabric/handmade manufacturing
Entered by: Ltemes

21:06 Oct 28, 2004
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
Spanish term or phrase: levantamiento del tejido/elaboración artesanal
Bordado sobre ''devore''
Señalamos que este tejido está bordado de forma irregular sobre un
tejido ''devore''. El levantamiento del tejido, le confiere a la
prenda un aspecto ''casual'' caracteristico de una elaboración
artesanal, y no constituye un defecto del mismo.
Romina Riestra
Local time: 01:32
the brocade or embossed surface of the fabric/handmade manufacturing
Explanation:
Merriam-Webster, 2a. acepción:

BROCADE
2 : a fabric characterized by raised designs

EMBOSSED
2 entries found for embossed.
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emboss[1,transitive verb]emboss[2,transitive verb]

Main Entry: 2emboss
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Middle English embosen, from Middle French embocer, from en- + boce boss
1 : to raise the surface of into bosses; especially : to ornament with raised work
2 : to raise in relief from a surface
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Ltemes
United States
Local time: 21:32
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Muchísimas gracias!!!
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5 +1the brocade or embossed surface of the fabric/handmade manufacturing
Ltemes


  

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levantamiento del tejido/elaboración artesanal
the brocade or embossed surface of the fabric/handmade manufacturing


Explanation:
Merriam-Webster, 2a. acepción:

BROCADE
2 : a fabric characterized by raised designs

EMBOSSED
2 entries found for embossed.
To select an entry, click on it.
emboss[1,transitive verb]emboss[2,transitive verb]

Main Entry: 2emboss
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Middle English embosen, from Middle French embocer, from en- + boce boss
1 : to raise the surface of into bosses; especially : to ornament with raised work
2 : to raise in relief from a surface


Ltemes
United States
Local time: 21:32
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 8

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