noun fil·a·ture \ˈfil-ə-ˌchr, -chər, -ˌt(y)r\

Definition of FILATURE

:  a factory where silk is reeled

Origin of FILATURE

French, from Late Latin filatus, past participle of filare
First Known Use: 1759


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