英 [kæʃ'mɪə; 'kæʃmɪə]
cashmere n. 产于咯什米尔和西藏的一种羊毛
- cashmere (n.)
- 1680s, "shawl made of cashmere wool," from the old spelling of Kashmir, Himalayan kingdom where wool was obtained from long-haired goats. As a name for this kind of woolen fabric, favored for shawls, etc., it is attested from 1822.
- 1. She wore a thick tartan skirt and a red cashmere sweater.
- 2. Her wardrobe consists primarily of huge cashmere sweaters and tiny Italian sandals.
- 3. She decided on a beige cashmere sweater.
- 4. She wore a cashmere scarf, silk suit and pearls.
- 她围了一条开士米围巾, 穿了一身丝绸套装,戴了一串珍珠.
- 5. It took hot competition from abroad, however, to show us just how good Scottish cashmere really is.
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