Dictionary of the word “duraque”

Meaning of the word

The term “duraque” is a male noun that refers to a kind of resistant and rough fabric, usually used for making bags, bags or packaging.

Origin of the word

The origin of the word “duraque” is uncertain, but it is believed to have originated from the French “Durac” or the English “Durable”, both with the meaning of “durable” or “resistant”.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “duraque” are:

  1. Hardly
  2. Durably

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “duraque”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “duraque” are:

  • Canvas
  • Grosso Cloth
  • Resistant fabric

Word Definitions

Some definitions of the word “duraque” are:

  1. Resistant and rough fabric used to make bags and packaging.
  2. Durable and high resistance material.

Phrases that the word applies

Some phrases where the word “duraque” can be applied:

  • I bought a bag made of duraque to carry my purchases.
  • The duraque is a very sturdy fabric and ideal for packaging.

Examples of the word in text

Example 1: The farmer used duraque bags to store the crops.

Example 2: The packaging company offers personalized duraque bag options.

Rhymes with the word

Words that rhyme with “duraque”:

  • Track
  • Fraque

Anagrams with the word

Possible Anagrams with the letters of the word “duraque”:

  • Quadruue
  • Queura
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