Translation of cambric in Spanish:

cambric

cambray, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkeɪmbrɪk//ˈkambrɪk//ˈkeɪmbrɪk/

noun

  • 1

    (fabric)
    cambray masculine
    batista feminine
    • His work that will be exhibited to mark the world cup, Football Print, is a graphic piece using cambric and wall paint as a medium.
    • The camp is the Stewart Granger Memorial Collection of 1940s safari tents, with no running water or electricity but with four-poster beds and mosquito nets and cambric sheets and bucket showers and paraffin lamps and butlers.
    • Loudon stuck four stakes into a plot of grass to support a cambric handkerchief 6 inches above the surface and found that the temperature beneath it remained warmer than the temperature of the surrounding air.
    • The coif, we know from the accounts, was of cambric lace; there were gloves of white linen and fine cotton wool to dry up the oil after the anointing.
    • Beneath the ruffled cambric of her night dress the proportions of it seemed huge.
    • The tent was made of reinforced cambric, fawn coloured, with sewn - in groundsheet, and at each end a circular sleeve-door and ventilator.
    • The tunic was laced up the front, and its sleeves had long since gone the way of bandages; she left it open at the throat for freedom of movement, and wore a patched cambric shirt beneath.
    • He wore a plain, cambric shirt and tan breeches that tucked into shiny, black boots.