Traducción de velvet en Español:


terciopelo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈvɛlvɪt//ˈvɛlvət/


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    terciopelo masculino
    (suit/curtains) (before noun) de terciopelo
    (voice/skin) aterciopelado literario
    • I'm also launching some new shades of neutral colours to expand my working palette and some vintage velvet fabrics.
    • Do not wear velvet or satin in the summer.
    • The Chinese-style dresses, skirts and tops come in shimmering silk and voluptuous velvet.
    • There is considerable debate among textile historians as to where velvet was first woven.
    • Even centuries later, the rich damasks and velvets favored for upholstery would be seen as the height of chic.
    • Her skin was lightly tanned and looked as smooth and as soft as velvet.
    • The materials used are silk, silk organza, cotton, brocade and velvet.
    • The girls looked stunning in silk, chiffon and velvet as they modelled two-piece outfits and flowing ensembles.
    • I'm a jeans girl really but silk and velvet have to have their place if one is going to dress up.
    • The firelight caught the cut of the diamonds and they sparkled against the burgundy velvet.
    • She pressed her face into the soft blue velvet of her mother's dress.
    • The textile designer Ciaran Sweeney is a man of many fabrics, but he is best known for his flamboyant work with silk and silk velvet.
    • Hastily, she twisted her hair into a loose bun and then pulled on the hood over her head, savoring the soft feeling of velvet against her skin.
    • The bride wore a dress made of ivory silk georgette embroidered with rows of tiny antique silk velvet rosebuds, with a two metre train.
    • She opened the window and sat down on the velvet covered window seat.
    • The water was liquid velvet against his skin, and the scent of orchids filled the air as he swam.
    • On top of the white velvet lining lay a delicate circlet of diamonds.
    • It was a pretty room, with a large window shrouded by thick, red, velvet curtains.
    • They sat, as they always did, in the faded velvet armchairs on either side of the fire.
    • I lifted up the skirt of my ruby velvet dress and walked towards him.