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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
Translations of “drape”
in French draper…
in German drapieren, einhüllen…
(Definition of drape from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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