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1. A heavy cotton fabric treated with linseed oil and pigments to make it waterproof.
2. A waterproof material made up of a layer of vinyl and a layer of cotton or a synthetic fabric.
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1. (Textiles) waterproof material made by treating one side of a cotton fabric with a drying oil, or a synthetic resin
2. another name for linoleum
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a cotton fabric made waterproof by treatment with oil and pigment.
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|Noun||1.||oilcloth - cloth treated on one side with a drying oil or synthetic resin|
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oilcloth[ˈɔɪlˌklɒθ] n → tela cerata
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