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非起绒的英文 = Non-Nap / non-Pile
(1) Duffel (2) Frieze（起絨粗呢）
(1) A heavy, low-quality woollen cloth, napped on both faces. Generally made into short `duffel' coats.
(2) A woollen overcoating which has been heavily milled and raised. The nap may be rubbed into small beads or `pills` to produce a `nap frieze`.
A general term used to describe a group of fabrics which have a considerably greater number of picks than ends. Beaverteen, corduroy, moleskin cloth, and velveteen are examples.
(1) Nap fabric (2) Pile fabric（起絨織物）
(1) This refers to woollen overcoating of up to 1,000 g/m2 which has been rubbed during finishing to produce a beady or pilled surface.
(2) A fabric with tufts of fibre or loops of yarn projecting from the surface. The most important classes of pile fabric at present are: (a) woven, in which case it has cut or uncut warp pile, or cut weft pile, (b) knitted, in which case ends of fibres may form the pile or the pile may consist of loops; or (c) tufted, which results in brushed, cut, or uncut pile.資料來源： @@＊＊＊＊@@