burberry

burberry (izg. bàrberi) m
DEFINICIJA
visoko kvalitetni kišni kaput ob. od gabardena
ETIMOLOGIJA
engl. Burberry, ime proizvođača©

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  • Burberry — Rechtsform Public Limited Company Sitz London, Vereinigtes Königreich …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Burberry — Group Plc Тип …   Википедия

  • Burberry — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Burberry es una marca británica de moda de lujo, fabrica ropa y otros complementos. Su distintivo se ha hecho una de las marcas registradas más copiadas. La empresa tiene tiendas propias en el mundo entero, y también …   Wikipedia Español

  • Burberry — n. a light gabardine raincoat of the type made by Burberry s of London. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Burberry® — /bûrˈbə ri/ noun 1. A brand of trench coat or raincoat 2. A checked design orig used in the lining of Burberry coats ORIGIN: From the manufacturer s name …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burberry — A proprietary name for raincoats, made from a light weight mercerised and proofed fabric. The fabric is of a special warp rib construction …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • Burberry — Logo de Burberry Création 1856 Dates clés 2002 : Entrée en bourse …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Burberry — Infobox Company name = Burberry company type = Public (lse|BRBY) foundation = Basingstoke, United Kingdom (1856) location city = London location country = United Kingdom location = locations = key people = John Peace, (Chairman) Angela Ahrendts,… …   Wikipedia

  • Burberry —    A shop founded in England in 1856 by Thomas Burberry. Initially identified with upscale waterproof fashion, the name Burberry is most easily identified with its signature black, red, white, and camel plaid fabric, which it registered in 1924.… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Burberry — This interesting surname with variant spellings Burberye, Burberry, etc., is of English locational origin from one of the estimated seven to ten thousand villages and hamlets that have now disappeared from the maps in Britain. The prime cause of… …   Surnames reference

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