cambric

noun cam·bric \ ˈkām-brik \

Definition of cambric

1 : a fine thin white linen fabric
2 : a cotton fabric that resembles cambric

Origin and Etymology of cambric

Dutch Kamerijk Cambrai, France


CAMBRIC Defined for English Language Learners

cambric

noun

Definition of cambric for English Language Learners

  • : a light, thin, white linen or cotton cloth


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