Translation of dyer in Spanish:


tintorero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdaɪər//ˈdʌɪə/


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    tintorero masculine
    tintorera feminine
    • This enables the dyer to create hanks of yarn that aren't too tightly wound together, ensuring that the dye bath can penetrate all of the fibres and preventing streaking.
    • Soon galleons were transporting wholesale quantities of the dried bugs to dyers in the great textile centers of Europe.
    • Different streets were allotted for different professions such as potters, weavers, dyers, jewelers, and bakers.
    • The 1980s, in particular, marked the influx of knitters to California, as well as textile printers, dyers and finishers, Horowitz notes.
    • Kone looks at the history of dyeing practices, the roles of women dyers, and their work structure.
    • Pattern artists design kimono and then dyers transfer the pattern on to the silk with stencils.
    • Weavers and dyers sell their cloth to men and women, who take it to tailors to make it into clothing.
    • While some black synthetic dyes were developed, dyers continued to use logwood to the end of the century, especially for silk.
    • For general instructions and for examples of patterns to tie, I found this guide, though simple, to be useful to most dyers.
    • As a textile dyer, he had worked with katazome, a similar technique used for creating designs on textiles.
    • In the cotton industry, for example, most firms either spun yarn or wove cloth, which was in turn sent to an independent dyer and finisher.
    • He was born in 1823 in the small town of Guebwiller in Alsace, where his father was a silk dyer.
    • Her mother worked as a cloth dyer, turning the fabric red and yellow and purple for the tailor to sew into beautiful clothes for the baron and his officials and their families to wear.
    • It was usual practice for the finishing trades of the bleachers and dyers to develop alongside hosiery.
    • Women are expert weavers and dyers and make their own cloth called Alam.
    • Cotton was the key to prosperity, but manufacturers, merchants, salesmen, dyers and finishers all had business there, too.
    • Until December, when he started working in this tattoo studio, he had switched between all kinds of jobs - from being a dyer to being an assistant in a pizza restaurant.
    • What can I expect to pay if I take the dress to a professional dyer in Los Angeles?
    • Such clarity is consistent throughout the book, making this volume extremely appealing to experienced weavers and dyers, and even to those who may wish to learn these arts.
    • The conference, due to end today, brought together fashion designers, dyers, scientists and marketing bosses.