Word: webbing

Category: webbing

Business & Industrial, Home & Garden, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: webbing

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Translations: webbing

spanish
cincha, correas, cinta, correa, las correas


german
gewebe, gurtband

french
sangles

italian
tessitura, cinghia, cinghie, fettuccia, la tessitura

portuguese
correias, teia, cinto, teia de

dutch
singel, singels, singelband, band

russian
тесьма, лямки, сетное, Ремень, тканая

norwegian
beltet, Vevd, vevet, stropper

swedish
vävband, bandet, sadelgjord, bältet, väven

finnish
nauha, vyöt, hihnaston, vöillä, vöitä

danish
gjord, gjorden, stropper, selen

czech
popruh, popruhy, popruhu, Pletené, popruhů

polish
taśma

hungarian
szövet, heveder, hevederek, Szövött

turkish
dokuma, bandı, hortumlar, Dokunmuş kafesler

greek
ούγια, ιμάντες, πλέγματος, πλέγμα, ενισχυτική λωρίδα

ukrainian
тасьма, тесьма

albanian
rrip i trashë pëlhure, trashë pëlhure, i trashë pëlhure, rrip i trashë, membranë

bulgarian
ремъци, плътна лента, на лентата, от материя

belarusian
тасьма

estonian
vöö, lindid, rihmad, lindi

croatian
tvrda tkanica, remenje, traka od tkanog materijala, trake od tkanog materijala

icelandic
fit, fitin

lithuanian
austinė juosta, juostos, austiniai diržai, diržas

latvian
pinumi, siksna, jostas audums, pinumiem

romanian
chingi, tesut, chinga, chingă, chingii

slovenian
jermeni, Tkanino, podložene, oprtnice

slovak
popruh, popruhu, pás

Popularity stats: webbing

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The meaning and "use of": webbing

noun
  • strong, closely woven fabric used for straps, belts, etc., and for supporting the seats of upholstered chairs.
  • the part of a baseball glove between the thumb and forefinger.

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