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Fabric (from the old French estoffe 'fabric')

  • a product woven, knitted or knitted from textile fibers, rolled into strips, see textile
  • a substance with certain properties present in chemically uniform form, see chemical substance
  • In chemical process engineering in the broader sense substances and mixtures, also in their aggregate states , see substance #Natural sciences
  • In business administration, equipment of a purely material nature, see material
  • Colloquially an illegal intoxicating drug

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Wiktionary: Substance  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations