There are 2 main translations of felt in Spanish

: felt1felt2

felt1

fieltro, n.

Pronunciation: /fɛlt//fɛlt/

noun

  • 1

    (fabric)
    fieltro masculine
    pañolenci masculine Southern Cone
    • Felt or nylon tip pens popular today control ink flow by a tip of felt or bundle of nylon fibres instead of a traditional nib.
    • The shoes are made for just this sort of job, with a thick synthetic felt sole that grips.
    • But don't rub silver with anything other than a polishing cloth or fine piece of felt.
    • He was sitting on a bench in the congreso hut, and had put on his dark felt hat for the occasion.
    • It is a close-fitting red felt hat with a flattened top and a tassel worn to the side.
    • In all there are ten minute top hats of black silk plush and grey felt and one black felt bowler.
    • The felt trilby and cord shopper creates a mix and match look for head to toe style.
    • As they'd apparently taken away their tar boiler and rolls of felt, I went to put the wheelie bin back in the garage.
    • Key fabrics in this collection include felt and denim which she treats with dexterity and imagination.
    • We wondered why he never took off his black felt hat all through the night.
    • Two men in felt hats and raincoats cast long shadows outside what we take to be Parliament Buildings.
    • Turn out your cupboard for old straw sunhats, berets, baseball caps and felt hats.
  • 2

    Building
    fieltro masculine

There are 2 main translations of felt in Spanish

: felt1felt2

felt2