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sash

noun [C] uk   /sæʃ/ us  

sash noun [C] (CLOTHING)

a long, narrow piece of cloth worn round the waist and fastened at the back, or a strip of cloth worn over the shoulder, often with a uniform at official ceremonies

sash noun [C] (WINDOW)

a frame with a piece of glass in it, used in windows and doors
Translations of “sash”
in Spanish faja, fajín (militar)…
in French ceinture (d’étoffe), écharpe…
in German die Schärpe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 服裝, 腰帶, 飾帶…
in Russian пояс, кушак…
in Turkish kuşak, üniforma kuşağı/kemeri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 服装, 腰带, 饰带…
in Polish szarfa…
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