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From the English verb brocade:
brocaded is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

brocaded  Adjective
  1. Translate "brocaded" to Spanish: brocado, briscado, brochada, espolinado
    Define meaning of "brocaded": Embellished with a raised pattern created by pressure or embroidery.
  2. Brocaded silk.
    An embossed satin.
    Embossed leather.
    Raised needlework.
    Raised metalwork.

brocade  Verb
Plural: brocades
  1. Translate "brocade" to Spanish: hacer un brocado en, briscar
    English Synonyms of "brocade": embroider, weave with silk
    Define meaning of "brocade": Weave a design into (textiles).

brocade  Noun
  1. Translate "brocade" to Spanish: brocado, bordado realzado, brocado aplicado
    English Synonyms of "brocade": embroidered fabric
    Define meaning of "brocade": Thick heavy expensive material with a raised pattern.

  2. Translate "brocade" to Spanish: estofa
    English Synonyms of "brocade": ancestry, lineage
    Define meaning of "brocade": Inherited properties shared with others of your bloodline. ; The descendants of one individual.

Verb Conjugation for "brocade"
Gerund: brocading

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