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Spanish translation of “cravat”

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cravat

noun /krəˈvӕt/
a kind of scarf worn instead of a tie round the neck
fular
He was wearing a silk cravat.
Translations of “cravat”
in French foulard…
in German die Halsbinde, die Krawatte…
in Chinese (Traditional) (繫於開領襯衫上的)領巾,闊領帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) (系于开领衬衫上的)领巾,阔领带…
(Definition of cravat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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