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interfacing

[ in-ter-fey-sing ]
/ ˈɪn tərˌfeɪ sɪŋ /
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noun
a woven or nonwoven material used between the facing and outer fabric of a garment, as in the collar and lapels of a jacket, to add body and give support and shape to the garment.
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British Dictionary definitions for interfacing

interfacing
/ (ˈɪntəˌfeɪsɪŋ) /

noun
a piece of fabric sewn beneath the facing of a garment, usually at the inside of the neck, armholes, etc, to give shape and firmness
another name for interlining
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