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suede

also suède  (swād)
n.
1. Leather with a soft napped surface.
2. Fabric made to resemble suede.

[Short for Suède gloves, partial translation of French gants de Suède, gloves of Sweden, from Suède, Sweden.]

suede

(sweɪd)
n
(Tanning)
a. a leather finished with a fine velvet-like nap, usually on the flesh side of the skin or hide, produced by abrasive action
b. (as modifier): a suede coat.
[C19: from French gants de Suède, literally: gloves from Sweden]

suede

or suède

(sweɪd)

n., v. sued•ed or suèd•ed, sued•ing or suèd•ing. n.
1. kid or other leather finished with a soft, napped surface.
2. Also called suede′ cloth`. a fabric with a napped surface suggesting this.
v.t.
3. to treat so as to raise a nap on (leather, cloth, etc.).
v.i.
4. to raise a nap on leather, cloth, etc.
[1855–60; < French (gants de) Suède (gloves from) Sweden]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.suede - leather with a napped surfacesuede - leather with a napped surface  
leather - an animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning
2.suede - a fabric made to resemble suede leather
cloth, fabric, textile, material - artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; "the fabric in the curtains was light and semitransparent"; "woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC"; "she measured off enough material for a dress"
Ultrasuede - a synthetic suede cloth
Translations
جِلْدُ مُزَأبَرجِلْد ناعِم: شَمْواه
glazérukavičkářská useňsemiš
ruskind
mokkanahka
jelenja koža
antilopbõr
rúskinn
スエード
스웨이드 가죽
zamšs
glacé
mocka
หนังกลับชนิดนิ่ม
da lộn

suede

suède [sweɪd]
A. Nante m
B. CPDde ante
suede gloves NPLguantes mpl de ante
suede shoes NPLzapatos mpl de ante

suede

[ˈsweɪd]
ndaim m, cuir m suédé
modif [boots, shoes, skirt] → en daim
a suede jacket → une veste en daim

suede

nWildleder nt; (soft, fine also) → Velours(leder) nt
adjWildleder-, aus Wildleder; (of finer quality also)Velours(leder)-, aus Velours(leder); suede bootsWildleder-/Velours(leder)stiefel pl

suede

[sweɪd]
1. npelle f scamosciata
2. adjscamosciato/a

suede,

suède

(sweid) noun, adjective
(of) leather from a sheep or lamb etc with a soft, rough surface. suede shoes.

suede

جِلْدُ مُزَأبَر semiš ruskind Wildleder καστόρι ante mokkanahka daim jelenja koža pelle scamosciata スエード 스웨이드 가죽 suède semsket skinn zamsz camurça замша mocka หนังกลับชนิดนิ่ม süet da lộn 小山羊皮
References in classic literature ?
Bartley took her wrist and began to button the long gray suede glove.
Her grey stockings and suede shoes were immaculate and showed a care for her appearance which pleased him.
Over the shirtwaist was a natty jacket, elbow-sleeved, and to the elbows she wore gloves of imitation suede.
The actress wins our best-dressed vote as she takes on the suede coat.
Christina Kelly explains how to incorporate suede and fringe, two "fashion musts", into a woman's wardrobe.
Le gouvernement appelle la Suede a revoir sa position
Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards, 22, actress Kate Bosworth, 32, and Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh, 26, were among the first to snap up the suede trend this season.
CHIMING with the change of direction, which saw so many collections veering towards a Seventies vibe, suede overtook leather as the designer hide of choice for spring.
PSBOHEMIAN RHAPSODY SUEDE was a key component of the haute hippy look that pervaded so many of the SS15 collections.
ROCK |WITH YOU: Right, hat PS28, top PS16, trousers PS32, all Miss Selfridge | BEACH BABE: Above, trousers PS35, top PS22, hat PS25, bag PS20, shoes PS55 and necklaces PS6, all River Island CROp |IT LIKE IT'S HOT: T-Shirt PS12, jeans PS40, shoes, PS42, all Topshop tAn-tAStic | : Above, white lace blouse PS28, tan suede skirt PS45, brown handbag PS50, sandals PS39, sunglasses PS8, earrings PS8.