Definition of 'denim'
Example sentences containing 'denim'
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People still talk about the double denim and white shoes. The Sun (2016)She was wearing denim shorts and a loose white top. The Sun (2016)Back then, you could get a denim jacket and jeans for a fiver. The Sun (2016)AUTUMN: Dress down in trainers and denim jacket. The Sun (2016)When she disappeared she was wearing dark blue denim leggings. The Sun (2013)We need to talk about this double denim thing. The Sun (2013)This one would look great with a denim jacket. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My first piece was a blue denim jumpsuit with studs on the waistband. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Denim jackets have also made a comeback. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Men must wear blue denim jeans and women denim skirts. The Sun (2012)The next stage on from double denim. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The white cotton, denim and beige are classic without looking dull. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Otherwise monochrome short suits; frayed denim shorts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is dressed in identical denim shorts and white T-shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Wear with wedges, big sunglasses and a shrunken denim jacket for a really chic daytime look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We're back to wearing crisp white shirts with the best of blue denim. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Come summer, team with sandals and a denim jacket. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I quite like denim shorts with tights right now. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This is why people wear jersey or leather or denim, fabrics whose secret fat potential is almost zero. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Workout clothes, denim and sports jerseys are strictly forbidden and shirts must be tucked in at all times. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Such is the ubiquity of denim and cotton waste in Lesotho that garment refuse has replaced charcoal as cooking fuel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Their Platinum range offers high quality denim fabrics with a premium cut so shoppers get the best jeans for affordable prices. The Sun (2013)THE denim skirt is back, big time. The Sun (2010)In the twilight I can make out her tiny frame as she runs between burning pillars of denim and cotton. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'denim'
British English: denim /ˈdɛnɪm/ NOUN
Denim is a thick cotton cloth used to make clothes. Jeans are made from denim.
...a denim jacket.
- American English: denim
- Arabic: دينم
- Brazilian Portuguese: tecido denim jeans
- Chinese: 粗棉布
- Croatian: traper
- Czech: riflovina
- Danish: denim
- Dutch: denim
- European Spanish: tela vaquera
- Finnish: farkkukangas
- French: jean
- German: Jeansstoff
- Greek: ντένιμ
- Italian: denim
- Japanese: デニム
- Korean: 데님
- Norwegian: denim
- Polish: dżins
- European Portuguese: ganga jeans
- Romanian: dril
- Russian: джинсовая ткань
- Spanish: tela para jeans
- Swedish: jeanstyg
- Thai: ผ้ายีนส์
- Turkish: kot kumaş
- Ukrainian: джинсова тканина
- Vietnamese: vải bông chéo
Definition of denim from the Collins English Dictionary
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