English version

ruched

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishruchedruched /ruːʃt/ adjective  a ruched curtain or piece of clothing has parts of it gathered together so that it has folds in it
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ruchedThen a rectangle of brighter light illuminates the dusty ruched curtains as they glide towards the ceiling.It is also possible to produce deeper, ruched fabrics by slipping for more rows.A variety of different designs can be used to knit ruched fabrics of this type.From behind the ruched net curtains, she could see him plodding his way around the green.
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