|fabric for clothing, fabric for sacks||hopsack|
|(about clothing or fabric) unshrinkable, shrunk beforehand in order to prevent later shrinkage in the laundry, already shrunk||preshrunk|
|(about hair, clothing, etc.) wear loosely, let fall in disorder; disarrange, make untidy, mess something up, muss clothes or hair||dishevel|
|(British) apron, pinafore; smock worn over clothing to protect it from becoming soiled (term used by children)||pinny|
|(Fe) metallic element (Chemistry); device used to remove wrinkles from fabric; items made from iron metal, `:Fe, clothes presser, computer hardware, cover with iron, fetter prisoner, handgun, harsh character, heated tool, made of iron, resembling iron,...||iron|
|(of fabric) wavy, watery (French), moiré, moiré fabric, silky or rayon-like fabric that is imprinted with a wavy design||moire|
|(trademark) stretchy polyurethane fabric used in sports clothing||lycra|
|3-pointed, of a tricuspid valve or tooth, part with three cusps, tricuspidal, tricuspidate, twilled fabric//tricuspid||tricotine|
|a trademark for a jacket of nylon or other wind-resistant fabric, usually gathered at the waist and wrist, and sometimes with a hood||Windbreaker|
|a trademark for a lightweight elastic polyurethane fabric that is widely used in the manufacture of clothing, particularly sportswear and swimwear||Lycra|
|a trademark for a plastic-coated metallic thread or fabric made from this||Lurex|
|a trademark for a synthetic polyester fabric or fiber||Dacron|
|a trademark for an imitation leather fabric||Naugahyde|
|a trademark used to describe fabric preshrunk by a patented process||Sanforized|
|abandon a habit; be weaned of a habit; grow so much as to be unable fit into old clothing; grow faster than, get too large, move beyond previous interests, outstrip||outgrow|
|ability to last, act of wearing, be dressed in (clothes, shoes, jewelry, glasses, etc.); lose quality gradually; be used up; end; be preserved, remain intact, bring a ship about, clothing of a particular kind (i.e. sportswear, eveningwear); erosion, co...||wear|
|able to be reversed, can be overturned, can be inverted; can be performed forwards or backwards; (about clothing or fabric) can be used with either side facing outward, undergoing a reaction and reversing it, usable inside out||reversible|
|absorbent baby clothing, absorbent cloth worn by babies (as underpants), decorate with diaper pattern, fabric with diaper pattern, nappy, pattern of small motifs, put a diaper on, put diaper on baby||diaper|
|absorbent cloth, dishtowel, dry somebody with towel, piece of fabric used to dry things, wipe or dry with a towel||towel|
|absorbent fabric||toweling; towelling|
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