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gazar (countable and uncountable, plural gazars)

  1. (sewing) A silk organza, a lightweight fabric with a plain weave
    • 2008 February 23, Cathy Horyn, “Much to Applaud, With Footnotes”, in New York Times[1]:
      Against a projected background of collages by Timotheus Paulus Roeloffs, a Berlin artist, Ms. Versace sent out minimalist day clothes: tailored dark trousers, navy wool and silk gazar dresses with asymmetrical draping at the neckline, and raised-collar minicoats with a Cardin influence.