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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Material & textiles
suedesuede /sweɪd/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIMsoft leather with a slightly rough surface 🔊 suede shoes 🔊 a suede jacket
Examples from the Corpus
suede• Black polo-neck, black suede shoes, black flop of hair.• Russell & Bromley suede court shoes, £79.99.• I bought my first pair of those brown suede boots back in the early Sixties.• The man was carrying a fur-collared suede coat on a hanger, draped with a dry cleaners' plastic bag.• The lightweight upper is made from synthetic suede and nylon and the support is given by the thermoplastic heel counter.• I really believed he did love this suede.• In this collection, he has embraced Caterpillar work boots, done up for him in two-tone suede.
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