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Translation of "accessory" - English-Spanish dictionary

accessory

noun [usually plural]   /əkˈses·ər·i/ ( plural accessories)
something added to something else to make it more attractive or useful accesorio She wore a green suit with matching accessories (= hat, belt, bag, etc.) The camera isn’t expensive, but all the accessories to go with it cost extra.
(Definition of accessory from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

accessory

noun /əkˈsesəri/ ( plural accessories)
something additional (eg a handbag, scarf, shoes etc to the main part of a woman’s clothing, or a radio, seat-covers etc to a car) accesorio She wore matching accessories.
(legal ) a person who helps somebody, especially a criminal cómplice He was charged with being an accessory to murder.
(Definition of accessory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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