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Results for: Ghanaian clothTranslations 1 - 30 of 230
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Ghanaian clothkente; kente cloth
(British) cigarette butt, last and worst part of something, remnant of clothfag end
(British) thick woolen cloth for overcoats; coat made of this clothfearnought
a trademark for a brand of outerwear, especially waterproof cloth raincoats and accessoriesBurberry
absorbent baby clothing, absorbent cloth worn by babies (as underpants), decorate with diaper pattern, fabric with diaper pattern, nappy, pattern of small motifs, put a diaper on, put diaper on babydiaper
absorbent cloth, dishtowel, dry somebody with towel, piece of fabric used to dry things, wipe or dry with a toweltowel
accumulate in a body part, business trust, collective resource, communal fund; treasury, general financial fund; any of a number of games played on a cloth covered table with cues and balls, billiards, deep part of water, form a pool, form of billiards...pool
aching pain, article of clothing, bind pages, close wound, complete movement of a threaded needle through cloth or other material; single loop of yarn (Knitting); particular method of sewing; sudden intense pain; bit, small amount; piece of clothing, l...stitch
act of slipping, be forgotten, cloth covering, cutting, deformation of a crystal, delicate young person, disengage the clutch, dislocate a bone, err, error, fail to engage, get worse, glide, move smoothly and easily; sneak, move quietly; slide; slowly ...slip
African language, area in Ghana, member of Ghanaian peopleAshanti; Ashante
aim gun at, be all over, be worn on, be wrapped around, binding of book or magazine, buy replacement stock, casing; lid; wrapper; binding; shelter; insurance, cloth that covers furniture, copulate with female, cover charge, cover version, coverage, cov...cover
altar cloth covering, book of prayers and hymns, evening prayer book; altar cover, of vespers, of evening prayervesperal
altar cloth, at or in the front, at the front; forward; pertaining to the forehead; pertaining to a bone of the forehead, direct and forceful, façade of building, relating to forehead, relating to weather fronts, showing the front of something, toward...frontal
anchoring loop, carrying strap, cocktail, device consisting of a short strap and a string on either side that is used to propel stones and other small missiles; slingshot; strap of cloth used to support a broken limb; band, strap (used to lift or suppo...sling
ancient Roman military squadron containing 60 or 120 men; piece of cloth worn as part of the ecclesiastical vestments of a priest, former ecclesiastical adornment, part of Roman legionmaniple
animal with blotched coat, bright cotton cloth, plain lightweight cotton fabric with figured pattern printed on one side; plain white cotton fabric (British usage); animal with spotted or color-patched coat (such as a cat), white cotton clothcalico
any of a number of games played on a cloth covered table with cues and balls, pool, snooker, game of hitting balls with cuebilliards
apply a poultice to a wounded or inflamed area of the body, moist substance applied to injury, plaster, soft heated mass of herbs (or meal, clay, etc.) wrapped in a cloth and applied to a wounded or inflamed area of the bodypoultice
apply bandage, cloth strip for covering injury, cover a wound, wrap a wound, strip of cloth used to cover a wound, plasterbandage
apply uniformly, applying generally, bed covering, quilt, comprehensive, inclusive, cover to suppress, cover with layer, coat, covering layer, large piece of thick cloth, layer around core of nuclear reactor, prevent wind reaching sailsblanket
Arab headdress for men comprised of a diagonally folded cloth secured to the head by an agal band (also keefiyeh), cotton headdress worn by Arab men, keffiyehkaffiyeh
archery target, hit somebody with hand, power and influence, punch, rag, piece of cloth; blow (Slang), strike (especially with the hand)clout
area outside boxing ring ropes, border around green, cloth worn to protect clothing; front-most part of a stage; parking area for airplanes, conveyor belt made of slats, low-angled surface, paved area at airport, projecting edge, protective garment tie...apron
article made of soft patterned fabric, soft patterned cloth, type of fabricfoulard
Asian shrub, cloth, species of shrub related to the nettle; fiber obtained from the ramie plant (used in textiles), strong fiberramie
assembly, assembly; meeting; convention; cluster, collection; pustule, abscess, boil, cluster of things, collecting of something, folds in clothgathering
attend uninvited, become depressed after drug, break in pieces noisily, coarse cloth, collapse financially, collide violently, computer breakdowncrash
avoid something, bend quickly, common water bird, deliberately lose a trick, duck as food, female duck, move quickly, pair of white pants, plunge under water, quick downward movement, see also:drake, strong cloth, thrust under water, dunk, immerse; cro...duck
back curtain on a stage; background, backcloth, painted cloth at back of stage, setting for somethingbackdrop
background, cloth for needlework, coarse material (used for sails, tents, as a painting surface, etc.); painting which has been painted on canvas, cover something with canvas, cover with canvas; examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions, ...canvas
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