Definition of 'cashmere'
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You might as well ask him to tie a yellow cashmere jumper around his shoulders and tell you jokes in his third language, showing his perfect teeth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wrap up warm in luxe cashmere and wool for a wander in the park. The Sun (2013)These are iron fists in the softest of cashmere gloves. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Most delicious of all is a fine cashmere jumper dress. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some people are passing off wool as cashmere. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The end result is a glossy leather that is as supple and as soft as cashmere. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Opt for hats made from natural fibres such as wool and cashmere. The Sun (2009)Fine cotton T-shirts and plush cashmere jumpers are emblazoned with motifs of music icons. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You need a good knit, preferably in fine cashmere and not too tight fitting. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yes, the simplest way to make winter bearable is to swap wool for cashmere. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Pure Collection uses only the finest cashmere. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Choose tactile textures such as cashmere, wool and faux fur. The Sun (2012)The pair make pretty tops to go with jeans, great cashmere cardigans and subtle but beautiful dresses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A cashmere cardigan is always a sound investment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I have moth holes in my favourite cashmere jumper. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If you have bright red lips and platinum hair, your grey cashmere jumper and jeans will suddenly seem the business. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The skirt could be teamed with either a pretty blouse or soft cashmere, depending on the temperature on the day. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A new pair of brogues, a cashmere jumper or personalised cufflinks are all popular dad gifts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'cashmere'
British English: cashmere /ˈkæʃmɪə/ NOUN
Cashmere is a kind of very fine soft wool.
...a big, soft cashmere jumper.
- American English: cashmere
- Arabic: كَشْمِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: cashmere
- Chinese: 开士米
- Croatian: kašmir
- Czech: kašmír
- Danish: kashmir
- Dutch: kasjmier
- European Spanish: cachemira
- Finnish: kashmirvilla
- French: cachemire
- German: Kaschmir
- Greek: κασμίρ
- Italian: cashmere
- Japanese: カシミヤ
- Korean: 캐시미어
- Norwegian: kasjmir
- Polish: kaszmir
- European Portuguese: caxemira
- Romanian: cașmir
- Russian: кашемир
- Spanish: cachemira
- Swedish: kaschmirull
- Thai: ขนสัตว์นุ่มที่ได้จากแพะ
- Turkish: kaşmir
- Ukrainian: кашемір
- Vietnamese: len Cashmere
Definition of cashmere from the Collins English Dictionary
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