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Meaning of madras

mad•ras

Pronunciation: (mad'rus, mu-dras', -dräs'), [key]
— n.
  1. a light cotton fabric of various weaves, esp. one in multicolored plaid or stripes, used for shirts, dresses, jackets, etc.
  2. a thin curtain fabric of a light, gauzelike weave with figures of heavier yarns.
  3. a large, brightly colored kerchief, of silk or cotton, often used for turbans.
—adj.
  1. made of or resembling madras.

Ma•dras

Pronunciation: (mu-dras', -dräs'), [key]
— n.
  1. a seaport in and the capital of Tamil Nadu state, in SE India, on the Bay of Bengal. 3,169,930.
  2. former name of
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