Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

seda in English:

1. silk silk

Silk feels soft.
I have a good mind to visit the Silk Road.
When the frame is finished, the spider fixes lines of silk across it, just like the spokes of a bicycle wheel.
I dreamt a dream last night, about silk and fine cloth or about equality and fair trial.
As commercial and cultural contacts between East and West developed, Arab and Persian traders began calling on China along the Silk Road in increasing numbers.
Their main exports are textiles, especially silk and cotton.
Japan used to trade silk in large quantities.
In the Chinese football game in which the players used their feet and bodies - but never their hands - the goal was a hole in a net made from silk.
You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
What is this silk doing in our neigh-bourhood?
Glasswork came from Persia by way of the Silk Road.
To make a web, it starts by making a frame of this silk and fastening it to hard objects, such as trees or fences.
thin smooth cloth made from the fibres produced by an insect called a silkworm
I bought a pretty evening dress - it was very expensive as it is made of silk.
I love silk shirts, but I hate ironing them.

English word "seda"(silk) occurs in sets:

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