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Spanish translation of “cuff”

cuff

noun /kaf/
the end of the sleeve (of a shirt, coat etc) near the wrist
puño
Does your shirt have buttons on the cuffs?
(especially American) the turned-up part of a trouser leg.
vuelta
cufflinks noun plural two ornamental buttons etc joined by a small bar, chain etc used to fasten a shirt cuff.
gemelos
(Definition of cuff from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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