繊維, 織物, テキスタイル
Noun(1) artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers
Adjective(1) of or relating to fabrics or fabric making
(1) Breezes offers a nice 50-yard-long, soft-sand clothing-optional beach that directly adjoins the textile beach.(2) While raising her family Jennifer ran textile companies, designing, printing and wholesaling furnishing fabrics.(3) Pennine Weavers is one of only two commission weavers left in West Yorkshire, producing the highest-quality wool textile fabrics for customers.(4) In the textile industry much spinning was for long done by peasant-women at home with their spinning-wheels.(5) Paisley's textile industry was hugely inventive and prosperous, but the town's pioneering reputation was not forged in business alone.(6) A number of textile manufacturers are marketing fabrics threaded or plated with silver, copper or stainless steel.(7) We felt quite at ease as the naturist section was a good distance from the main ' textile ' beach and as a result there were very few passers by.(8) The property offers a really nice little beachfront with fine sand and turquoise water, but has textile beaches on both sides and frequent beach walkers, so privacy is limited.(9) Uzbekistan was the main producer of cotton for the Russian textile industry and its irrigation needs were considered to be the priority issue.(10) Produced in the Netherlands and Manchester, the brightly coloured and patterned fabrics are influenced by Indonesian textile design.(11) Since the 14th century, the cotton textile industry has boomed in the Yangtze delta area where there were many blue calico workshops.(12) The government wanted to boost the growth of Indonesia's textile industry by developing rayon fibre production in order to reduce dependence on imported cotton.(13) Rising wages contrasted with declining textile prices, which fell remorselessly in every textile industry for which we have data.(14) After graduating from the art school, Mori became a textile designer and dyer of kimono fabrics.(15) Polymeric fibers have become important in the textile industry.(16) By the 1830s Australia was becoming a major supplier of wool to the British textile industry.
(1) textile industry :: 織物産業
1. fabric ::
2. cloth ::
3. material ::
Different Formstextile, textiles
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