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How to Pronounce jacquard?

Correct pronunciation for the word "jacquard" is [d͡ʒˈakɑːd], [d‍ʒˈakɑːd], [dʒ_ˈa_k_ɑː_d].

"Jacquard" in context

Jacquard is an innovative weaving technique developed in France in the early 1800s by Joseph Marie Jacquard. The technique utilizes a programmable loom, allowing weavers to create detailed patterns and texture in fabrics quickly and efficiently. With Jacquard weaving, threads are pre-wound onto bobbins and placed onto harnesses on the loom. The programmable Jacquard loom is operated using punched cards, and is responsible for the intricate tapestries and embroidery that adorns furniture, clothing, and draperies.

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