Translation of swansdown in Spanish:

swansdown

plumón de cisne, n.

Pronunciation /ˈswɑnzdaʊn//ˈswɒnzdaʊn/

noun

  • 1

    (feathers)
    plumón de cisne masculine
    • A very light rouleau of swansdown bordered the corsage and the fronts of the dress.
    • Everything about her shimmers and shines, all softened by beautiful white swansdown and feathers.
    • On the chest, there is a shaped cloth panel which is decorated with swansdown, rhinestones and mirrors.
    • It was a fancy version of the scarf and could be made of swansdown or fur.
  • 2

    (fabric)
    muletón masculine
    • The weavers emigrated to the Austrian Low Countries, especially to Mouscron, where production of swansdown was allowed since 1758.