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Definition[edit]. Authentic Madras comes from Chennai (Madras); both sides of the cloth must bear the same pattern; it must be ...

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Madras definition, a light cotton fabric of various weaves, especially one in multicolored plaid or stripes, used for shirts, dresses, jackets, etc. See more.

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Define madras: a large silk or cotton kerchief usually of bright colors that is often worn as a turban — madras in a sentence.

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Define madras. madras synonyms, madras pronunciation, madras translation, English dictionary definition of madras. See Chennai. n. 1. A lightweight, often ...

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Sep 25, 2006 ... The name Madras is derived from Madraspatnam, the site chosen by the British East India Company for a permanent settlement in 1639.

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Definition of madras - a strong cotton fabric with colourful stripes or checks, a dish of meat, fish, or vegetables in a hot curry sauce.

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Madras definition: A madras curry is a rather hot spicy curry. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Definition of madras in the Definitions.net dictionary. ... Information and translations of madras in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the ...

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a fine, tightly woven cotton cloth, usually striped or plaid, used for shirts, dresses, etc. a durable silk cloth, usually striped; a figured cotton or rayon cloth in leno ...