[groh duh too r; French groh duh toor] /ˌgroʊ də ˈtʊər; French groʊ də ˈtur/
a ribbed silk fabric made with a two- or three-ply warp interlaced with organzine and tram filling.
[groh duh lawn-druh, lawnd; French groh duh lawn-druh] /ˌgroʊ də ˈlɔn drə, ˈlɔnd; French groʊ də ˈlɔ̃ drə/ noun 1. a cross-ribbed, silk dress fabric with ribs alternating in color or between coarse and fine yarn. /ɡro də lɔ̃drə/ noun 1. a lightweight shiny ribbed silk fabric, the ribs alternating between wide and narrow between […]
[groh-shuh n] /ˈgroʊ ʃən/ noun, plural groschen. 1. a zinc or aluminum coin of Austria until the was adopted, the 100th part of a schilling. 2. a German 10-pfennig piece made of nickel. 3. any of the silver coins of various German regions first introduced in the 13th century. /ˈɡrəʊʃən; German ˈɡrɔʃən/ noun (pl) -schen […]
[grohs-beek] /ˈgroʊsˌbik/ noun 1. any of various finches having a thick, conical bill. /ˈɡrəʊsˌbiːk; ˈɡrɒs-/ noun 1. any of various finches, such as Pinicola enucleator (pine grosbeak), that have a massive powerful bill 2. cardinal grosbeak, any of various mostly tropical American buntings, such as the cardinal and pyrrhuloxia, the males of which have brightly […]
noun 1. a disease of the skin of the feet, caused by penetration of hookworm larvae, characterized by a blisterlike eruption and itching.