How to Pronounce denier?

Correct pronunciation for the word "denier" is [dɪnˈa͡ɪ͡ə], [dɪnˈa‍ɪ‍ə], [d_ɪ_n_ˈaɪə].

"Denier" in context

A denier is an unit of measurement that is used for measuring thickness in the textile industry. It is commonly used to measure the thickness of fabric and threads. The higher the denier number, the thicker the fabric will be. Fabrics with a higher denier number tend to be strong, durable and better suited to harsh weather conditions, while fabrics with a lower denier number are known to be lightweight and more suited to warm-weather wear. Denier is often a confusing measurement to buyers, as the denier can be different depending on what type of fabric a person is dealing with.

Usage over time for denier:

This graph shows how "denier" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

69 words made out of letters DENIER

6 letters

5 letters

  • edner,
  • indre,
  • dirne,
  • deine,
  • erden,
  • dreen,
  • eider,
  • edern,
  • ideen,
  • neder,
  • erdei,
  • nedre,
  • rende,
  • nidre,
  • inder,
  • diene,
  • endre,
  • niere,
  • reden,
  • erned,
  • riede,
  • ierne,
  • neier,
  • diner,
  • enide.

4 letters

3 letters


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