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textile

1. any fabric or cloth, esp woven
2. raw material suitable to be made into cloth; fibre or yarn
3. of or relating to fabrics or the making of fabrics
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textile

[′tek·stəl]
(materials)
A material made of natural or artificial fibers and used for the manufacture of items such as clothing and furniture fittings.

textile

A material, woven or knitted, that is made from fiber or yarn.
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