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a       n   terciopelo    m     ,   (on antlers)    piel    f   velluda, vello    m  
she had skin like velvet      tenía una piel aterciopelada  
b       adj   (=of velvet)   de terciopelo  
the Velvet Revolution      la revolución de terciopelo  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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velvety, velveteen, veldt, verve

the Velvet Revolution exp.
la revolución de terciopelo

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
la mano de hierro en guante de terciopelo
tenía una piel aterciopelada
'velvet' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
like velvet
purple velvet
she had a velvet ribbon around her waist
a velvet ribbon encircled {o} girdled her waist
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"velvet": examples and translations in context
Hands meant for caresses once smooth as velvet. Manos hechas para las caricias, hace tiempo suaves como terciopelo.
Maybe Labour will have its own velvet revolution. Quizás el Partido Laborista tenga su propia Revolución de Terciopelo.
Sometimes the velvet glove works, Jack. Algunas veces el guante de terciopelo funciona, Jack.
Same color as our velvet rope. Del mismo color que la cuerda de terciopelo.
The beautiful Cadiz has velvet eyes... La bella de Cádiz tiene ojos de terciopelo...
Like velvet in a summer night. Como el terciopelo en una noche de verano.
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