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pelmet

noun [C] uk   /ˈpel.mət/ mainly UK ( US usually valance) us  
a narrow strip of wood or cloth that is fixed above a window or door and hides the top of the curtains
Translations of “pelmet”
in Spanish galería…
in French lambrequin…
in German der Pelmet…
in Chinese (Traditional) (遮擋門簾杆或窗簾杆的)門簾盒,窗簾盒…
in Chinese (Simplified) (遮挡门帘杆或窗帘杆的)门帘盒,窗帘盒…
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