English to Marathi Meaning of worsted - त्यापासून बनवलेले कापड

Worsted :
त्यापासून बनवलेले कापड
त्यापासून बनवलेले कापड
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Definitions of worsted in English
Noun(1) a tightly twisted woolen yarn spun from long-staple wool
Verb(1) defeat thoroughly
Examples of worsted in English
(1) This facility is producing fabrics with luxurious finishes in a range of worsted and synthetic fabrics for the moderate to better markets.(2) The spokesman added: ÔÇÿThe worsted spinning side of the business will continue after the summer shutdown to complete existing customers' orders.ÔÇÖ(3) The final winner was Eriskay fabric, a worsted material with an unusual honeycomb texture, designed by Catherine Murray from Bute Fabrics.(4) Botany/Merino wool is a fine wool made from worsted wool yarn.(5) So, if your heart is set on worsted wool and the pattern is designed for stretch knits only, you'll need to select another pattern.(6) The cloth, a lightweight charcoal grey worsted made with Extrafine merino wool, has been produced by top weaver Clissold.(7) Overall the market is difficult but there's a lot of interest in our lightweight worsted suitings and jacketings for spring 2006.(8) Boys usually wore grey worsted shorts and grey flannel shirts, with the senior boys sometimes permitted to wear long trousers, a monogrammed school blazer, white shirt, sometimes with a starched collar, and school tie.(9) It's definitely a worsted weight yarn, but I can't be entirely sure.(10) They were more or less similar in dress with the dark grey worsted buttoned on the correct second button and a stiff collared white shirt, and shoed in the polished dark leather.(11) a worsted suit(12) Addingham-based design company Adam Fisher Manufacturing Ltd, which designed suits for pop star Gareth Gates, has agreed to make a special suit from worsted cloth for the display.(13) The ad says that people who buy into the discount plan get worsted weight yarn for $2.92.(14) She had grown up with worsted tunics and humble pies, not satin gowns and foreign delicacies.(15) I don't have any DK weight yarn for the Ursule hat, but I have worsted , so I will be trying a test run of the Shining Star hat.(16) In the new collection, men and women can also enjoy luxury fabrics such as combinations of silk and worsted , mohair, satin, lace, fur and leather.
Related Phrases of worsted
(1) worst ::
सर्वात वाईट
1. worsted yarn ::
त्यापासून बनवलेले कापड सूत
2. defeat ::
3. beat ::
4. prevail over ::
6. trounce ::
पराभूत करणे
7. rout ::
8. vanquish ::
नामोहरम करणे
9. conquer ::
10. master ::
11. overcome ::
12. overwhelm ::
चिरडून टाकणे
13. overpower ::
मात करणे
14. crush ::
15. outdo ::
च्यापेक्षा वरचढ
16. outclass ::
च्यापेक्षा वरचढ ठरणे
17. outstrip ::
स्पर्धेत मागे टाकणे
18. surpass ::
पुढे जाण्यात
19. thrash ::
20. smash ::
21. lick ::
22. best ::
23. clobber ::
24. drub ::
झोडपून काढणे
25. slaughter ::
26. murder ::
27. wipe out ::
28. crucify ::
वधस्तंभावर खिळून जिवे
29. demolish ::
30. wipe the floor with ::
सह मजला पुसणे
31. take to the cleaners ::
क्लीनर घेऊन
32. walk all over ::
सर्व तुडवून
33. make mincemeat of ::
या मिन्समीट करा
34. shellac ::
35. cream ::
36. whup ::
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