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brocade

  • 1 brocade

    brə'keid, ]( American) brəu-
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brocado
    tr[brə'keɪd]
    1 brocado
    brocade [bro'keɪd] n
    : brocado m
    n.
    brocado s.m.
    brəʊ'keɪd, brə'keɪd
    mass noun brocado m
    [brǝʊ'keɪd]
    N brocado m
    * * *
    [brəʊ'keɪd, brə'keɪd]
    mass noun brocado m

    English-spanish dictionary > brocade

  • 2 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokade
    * * *
    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokade

    English-Danish dictionary > brocade

  • 3 brocade

    [brə'keɪd]
    nome tess. broccato m.
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    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) broccato
    * * *
    brocade /brəˈkeɪd/
    n. [u]
    (ind. tess.) broccato.
    (to) brocade /brəˈkeɪd/
    v. t.
    ornare ( una stoffa) con disegni in rilievo; broccare.
    * * *
    [brə'keɪd]
    nome tess. broccato m.

    English-Italian dictionary > brocade

  • 4 brocade

    noun
    Brokat, der
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    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) der Brokat
    * * *
    bro·cade
    [brə(ʊ)ˈkeɪd, AM broʊˈ-]
    I. n no pl Brokat m
    II. n modifier (gown, jacket, skirt) Brokat-, brokaten geh
    * * *
    [brəU'keId]
    1. n
    Brokat m
    2. attr
    Brokat-, brokaten
    * * *
    brocade [brəʊˈkeıd]
    A s
    1. Brokat m
    B v/t mit Brokatmuster verzieren
    * * *
    noun
    Brokat, der
    * * *
    n.
    Brokat -e n.

    English-german dictionary > brocade

  • 5 brocade

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    [English Word] brocade
    [Swahili Word] kasabu
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] brocade (white)
    [Swahili Word] jamdani
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] (Persian)
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    [English Word] brocade (white)
    [Swahili Word] jamdani
    [Swahili Plural] jamdani
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
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    English-Swahili dictionary > brocade

  • 6 brocade

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > brocade

  • 7 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.)

    English-Icelandic dictionary > brocade

  • 8 brocade

    brokát
    * * *
    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokát

    English-Hungarian dictionary > brocade

  • 9 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brocado
    * * *
    bro.cade
    [brək'eid] n brocado. • vt 1 tecer com desenhos em relevo. 2 decorar com brocado.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > brocade

  • 10 brocade

    {brɔ'keid}
    I. n брокат
    II. v украсявам (плат) с релефни фигури/сърма и пр
    * * *
    {brъ'keid} n брокат.(2) v украсявам (плат) с релефни фигури/сърма и пр.
    * * *
    брокат;
    * * *
    1. i. n брокат 2. ii. v украсявам (плат) с релефни фигури/сърма и пр
    * * *
    brocade[brou´keid] n брокат; velvet \brocade кадифен брокат.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > brocade

  • 11 brocade

    n. brokar, sırmalı ipek kumaş
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    1. sırma ile işle (v.) 2. sırmalı kumaş (n.)
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    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokar, sırmalı diba

    English-Turkish dictionary > brocade

  • 12 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokat
    * * *
    [brokeid]
    noun
    brokat

    English-Slovenian dictionary > brocade

  • 13 brocade

    • brokadi
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    brə'keid, ]( American) brəu-
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokadi

    English-Finnish dictionary > brocade

  • 14 brocade

    n. brocade, met gouden draad borduren
    --------
    v. met brokaat geborduurd, borduren met een gouden draad
    [ brəkeed]
    zelfstandig naamwoord(goud/zilver)brokaat

    English-Dutch dictionary > brocade

  • 15 brocade

    brocade [brəʊˈkeɪd]
    * * *
    [brə'keɪd]
    noun brocart m

    English-French dictionary > brocade

  • 16 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokat

    English-Polish dictionary > brocade

  • 17 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokāts
    * * *
    brokāts

    English-Latvian dictionary > brocade

  • 18 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokatas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > brocade

  • 19 brocade

    n. brokad, guldtrådsbroderi
    --------
    v. brokadera, väva siden med invävda guld- eller silvermönster
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    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokad

    English-Swedish dictionary > brocade

  • 20 brocade

    [brə'keid, ]( American[) brəu-]
    noun, adjective
    ((of) a (usually silk) material having a raised design on it: curtains made of blue brocade; brocade curtains.) brokát(ový)
    * * *
    • brokát

    English-Czech dictionary > brocade

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Brocade — is a class of richly decorative shuttle woven fabrics, often made in colored silks and with or without gold and silver threads. The name, related to the same root as the word broccoli comes from Italian broccato meaning embossed cloth, originally …   Wikipedia

  • Brocade — Bro*cade , n. [Sp. brocado (cf. It. broccato, F. brocart), fr. LL. brocare *prick, to figure (textile fabrics), to emboss (linen), to stitch. See {Broach}.] Silk stuff, woven with gold and silver threads, or ornamented with raised flowers,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • brocade — 1560s, from Sp. brocado, from It. broccato embossed cloth, originally pp. of broccare to stud, set with nails, from brocco small nail, from L. broccus projecting, pointed (see BROACH (Cf. broach) (n.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • brocade — ► NOUN ▪ a rich fabric woven with a raised pattern, usually with gold or silver thread. DERIVATIVES brocaded adjective. ORIGIN Spanish and Portuguese brocado, from Italian brocco twisted thread …   English terms dictionary

  • brocade — [brō kād′] n. [Sp brocado < It broccato, orig. pp. of broccare, to prick, embroider < brocco: see BROACH] a rich cloth with a raised design, as of silk, velvet, gold, or silver, woven into it vt. brocaded, brocading to weave a raised design …   English World dictionary

  • brocade — noun Etymology: Spanish brocado, from Catalan brocat, from Italian broccato, from broccare to spur, brocade, from brocco small nail, from Latin broccus projecting Date: 1588 1. a rich silk fabric with raised patterns in gold and silver 2. a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • brocade — [[t]brəke͟ɪd[/t]] brocades N MASS Brocade is a thick, expensive material, often made of silk, with a raised pattern on it. ...a cream brocade waistcoat …   English dictionary

  • brocade — 1. noun a) A thick heavy fabric into which raised patterns have been woven. b) An item decorated with brocade. 2. verb To decorate fabric with raised woven patterns …   Wiktionary

  • brocade — bro|cade [brəˈkeıd US brou ] n [U and C] [Date: 1500 1600; : Spanish; Origin: brocado, from Italian broccato, from broccare to set with large headed nails , from Latin broccus; BROOCH] thick heavy decorative cloth which has a pattern of gold and… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • brocade — noun (U) thick heavy decorative cloth which has a pattern of gold and silver threads: brocade curtains brocaded adjective …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • brocade — /broh kayd /, n., v., brocaded, brocading. n. 1. fabric woven with an elaborate design, esp. one having a raised overall pattern. v.t. 2. to weave with a raised design or figure. [1555 65; earlier brocado < Sp < It broccato embossed (fabric), ptp …   Universalium

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