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scarfnoun [C]

uk   /skɑːf/  us   /skɑːrf/ (plural scarves or scarfs)
A2 a strip, square, or triangle of cloth, worn around the neck, head, or shoulders to keep you warm or to make you look attractive: a knitted/woollen/silk scarf
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scarfverb [T]

uk   /skɑːf/  us   /skɑːrf/
US →  scoff
Translations of “scarf”
in Arabic وِشاح, كوفِيّة…
in Korean 스카프…
in Malaysian skaf…
in French écharpe…
in Turkish atkı, eşarp, kaşkol…
in Italian sciarpa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 圍巾,領巾,披巾,頭巾…
in Russian шарф…
in Polish szalik, szal, chusta…
in Vietnamese khăn quàng cổ…
in Spanish bufanda…
in Portuguese echarpe, lenço longo…
in Thai ผ้าพันคอ…
in German der Schal…
in Catalan bufanda…
in Japanese スカーフ…
in Indonesian syal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 围巾,领巾,披巾,头巾…
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