絹, きぬ

  • kinu
JLPT 4

Definition of 絹,きぬ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • silk

Examples of 絹,きぬ in a Sentence

This beautiful dress is made of silk.
This silk feels smooth.
A spider can produce a silky substance from tiny openings on its underside.
To make a web, it starts by making a frame of this silk and fastening it to hard objects, such as trees or fences.
Then it draws more silky lines across these spokes, leaving a smooth, non-sticky patch in the middle of the web.
When the frame is finished, the spider fixes lines of silk across it, just like the spokes of a bicycle wheel.
Their main exports are textiles, especially silk and cotton.
彼女豪華な着ていた。
She was dressed in rich silks.
The gown is made of silk.
There is only a poor market for silk now.
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