Translation of camel hair in Spanish:

camel hair

pelo de camello, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkæməl hɛ(ə)r///

noun

  • 1

    (fabric)
    pelo de camello masculine
    • Sancho leaves for his island astride a mule, wearing a loose fitting red camel hair coat and matching hat, accompanied by a great many servants.
    • The large man was dressed in a rough camel hair tunic bound by a large leather girdle and his hair and beard seemed to explode from his head.
    • All the designs come in materials ranging from camel hair, grain lambskin and flannel to wool and cashmere.
    • Ever since biblical times, men have relied on camel hair to strike distinctive profiles.
    • Davey Graham, with his dapper camel hair overcoat and polka dot scarf, was last seen full of life and loving it.
    • He even models a modified camel hair topcoat in his latest ad campaign.
    • Notable handmade products include silver and gold jewelry, woven baskets, goat- and camel-hair rugs, swords and large pottery water jugs.
    • She can see him leaving the house that morning, sweater peeking out from under a camel hair coat, and his wife smiling to herself, pleased he has worn her gift.
    • The masseur will rub you down with a kese, a cloth usually made of rough, bristly camel hair.
    • My father had had a massive, fifth heart attack and when we picked him up at his house he was wearing a raincoat, single-breasted with a full button-in camel's hair liner, and under it a suit, tie and scarf.
    • Rinpoche had taken me shopping earlier in the day and had bought me a beige camel hair suit, so at least I didn't get married in one of my hippie caftans.
    • Ah, to be young and wearing a camel hair coat in the East Village on a Friday night.
    • Do not treat the camel hair as you would the horse hair.
    • He managed a thank you and split, passing through an eternity of camel-hair coats and herring bone patterns and big wide polka-dot ties.
    • He was a kind of VIP executive with designer dark glasses, a camel hair coat and a mobile phone.
    • Every so often, beautifully manicured Italian gentlemen wearing camel-hair overcoats and carrying expensive leather briefcases would visit Tony, and Sharon would go out to visit friends.
    • The Prince, who was wearing a camel-hair overcoat, kept his hands firmly in his pockets as Mrs Parker Bowles, dressed in a dark suit, long charcoal grey scarf and a pearl necklace, walked at his side.
    • During those brief months, I developed an appreciation of the artistry with which he approached his work and a deep respect for the care he lavished on each pile of camel hair or alpaca that passed under his mechanized needle.
    • I'd probably find out as soon as the camel-hair sports coat made it to the bar.
    • He lived in the wilderness, wore clothes made of camel hair, and ate locusts and wild honey.