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brace

noun /breis/
something that draws together and holds tightly
refuerzo, abrazadera
The dentist fitted her with a brace to straighten her teeth.
a pair usually of game-birds a brace of pheasants. braces noun plural (British ) straps over the shoulders for holding up the trousers; suspenders (American)
tirantes
a pair of braces.
bracing adjective healthy
vigorizante
They went for a walk in the bracing sea air.
(Definition of brace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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