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frilly

adjective uk   us   /ˈfrɪl.i/ (also frilled )
with a lot of frills: a baby in a white frilly dress
Translations of “frilly”
in Chinese (Traditional) 多飾邊的,多褶邊的…
in Russian отделанный оборками…
in Turkish fırfırlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多饰边的,多褶边的…
in Polish z falbankami…
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