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Spanish translation of “drape”

drape

verb /dreip/
to hang in folds
cubrir
We draped sheets over the boxes to hide them.
to hang cloth in folds (about)
drapear
We draped the sofa in red velvet.
draper noun a person who sells cloth, clothing etc.
pañero
drapery noun (plural draperies) a draper’s business.
pañería
cloth used for draping
tela
The walls were hung with blue drapery.
drapes noun plural (American) curtains.
cortinas
(Definition of drape from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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