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  • See also: fibré Wikipedia has an article on: fibre Wikipedia fiber (US) From French fibre (UK) IPA(key): /ˈfaɪ.bə(ɹ)/ Rhymes: -aɪbə(ɹ)/ Homophone:
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  • /ˈdɪstæf/ distaff ‎(plural distaffs) a device to which a bundle of natural fibres (often wool, flax, or cotton) are attached for temporary storage, before
    4 KB (260 words) - 18:46, 25 January 2016
  • spindels, diminutive spindeltje n) a rod used for spinning and winding natural fibres; a spindle a central pillar around which a staircase spirals; a newel
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  • ‎(plural spindles) (spinning) A rod used for spinning and then winding natural fibres (especially wool), usually consisting of a shaft and a circular whorl
    6 KB (364 words) - 20:15, 18 January 2016
  • has articles on: fiber (disambiguation) Wikipedia fibre (chiefly British) From French fibre, from Old French, from Latin fibra (Received Pronunciation)
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  • natural +‎ fiber natural fiber ‎(plural natural fibers) An organic fiber, which is obtained naturally, notably from a plant or animal Sheep and flax produce
    630 bytes (37 words) - 18:41, 25 October 2015
  • fibra naturale f ‎(plural fibre naturali) natural fiber fibra artificiale fibra sintetica
    164 bytes (12 words) - 17:24, 26 October 2015
  • synthetic fibre Wikipedia has an article on: synthetic fiber Wikipedia synthetic fiber ‎(plural synthetic fibers) Any fiber made by extruding a
    542 bytes (41 words) - 20:30, 20 October 2015
  • bast (category en:Natural materials)
    Albanian bashkë ‎(“tied, linked”)). IPA(key): /bæst/ bast ‎(plural basts) Fibre made from the phloem of certain plants and used for matting and cord. 1918
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  • ‎(neuter singular fiberoptisk, definite singular and plural fiberoptiske) fibre-optic (UK) or fiber-optic (US) Norwegian Nynorsk Wikipedia has an article
    788 bytes (71 words) - 21:23, 21 October 2015
  • carbohydrate, intended to lighten the load. The result of water retained by fibre. (uncountable, transport) Unpackaged goods when transported in large volumes
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  • sinew, tendon, string, pizzle”), from Old Dutch *pisa ‎(“sinew, string, fibre”). Cognate with Dutch pees, Middle Low German pese ‎(“tendon, bowstring”)
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  • in ourselves to ascribe life and irritability to the cold and motionless fibres of plants. (medicine) A condition of morbid excitability of an organ or
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  • (dated, textiles) A machine for disentangling the fibres of wool prior to spinning. A roll or sliver of fibre (as of wool) delivered from a carding machine
    15 KB (1,064 words) - 08:01, 4 February 2016
  • bridge-like tissue connecting two parts of an organ (anatomy) A band of nerve fibres, the pons Varolii, within the brain stem brain stem Part of brain
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  • znnel zerak ― (figuratively) to sound (figuratively) string, filament, fibre; slender thread; nerve; arm of a river; vein, streak (of a mineral or metal)
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  • imitation. (informal) A small piece of any substance, for example a ball of fibres formed on the surface of a textile by rubbing. 1999, Wally Lamb, I Know
    13 KB (820 words) - 21:21, 18 January 2016
  • So, what's a poor kid to do if he's Canadian as maple syrup, yet every fibre of his being screams, “Gotta sing! Gotta dance!"? 2014, Chris Turner, How
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