Translation of angora in Spanish:

angora

angora, n.

Pronunciation /æŋˈɡɔrə//aŋˈɡɔːrə/

noun

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    angora feminine
    (scarf/sweater) (before noun) de angora
    Angora cat gato de angora masculine
    • Angora goat cabra de angora
    • Angora rabbit conejo de angora
    • Even though she was chubby, her shoulder-length curly hair framed an attractive, well-made-up face, and she wore her red stirrup pants and red-and-black angora sweater with panache.
    • It's a blend of 30% angora and 70% merino wool, and I really enjoyed working with it.
    • That is until a new shop assistant starts, with more on her mind than angora.
    • The clothes were returned quite clean, but my polyester shirts looked more like the angora sweaters in an Annette Funicello beach movie.
    • She feels chilly, even with the pink angora sweater she is wearing.
    • Mohair, angora, wool, cashmere, camel, alpaca, etc. are all your allies against the wind and cold.
    • Fabrics that are derived from animal hair (including angora, cashmere and basic wool blends) are most susceptible to insect damage.
    • Models will show off a range of garments made from hemp, nettle, flax, kapok, peat, bamboo, cellulose fibres and a new polymer made from starch called PLA, plus animal fibres including wool, angora, alpaca, mohair and llama.
    • Another figure moved into her line of vision, a black woman in a magenta blouse and grey angora skirt.
    • Crafted from a blend of virgin wool, angora and polyamide, this classic pullover features a crew neckline and ribbed hemline.
    • Once my eyes adjusted to the light, I was shocked to find that I was in a fancy room that was decorated with fake fur, velvet, muslin, satin, and angora.
    • I do not have experience dyeing wool, cashmere, angora, or other similar hair fibers, so I cannot speak directly.