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Translation of "frill" - English-Spanish dictionary

frill

noun   /frɪl/
a long, narrow strip of cloth with folds along one side that is sewn along the edge of a piece of clothing or material for decoration volante You could always sew a frill or two around the bottom of the skirt if you think it’s too plain.3013
frills informal
extra things that are added to something to make it more pleasant or more attractive, but that are not necessary florituras a cheap, no frills airline2323
(Definition of frill from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

frill

noun /fril/
a decorative edging to a piece of cloth, made of a strip of cloth gathered along one side and sewn on volante She sewed a frill along the bottom of the skirt.
(often in plural) something unnecessary added as decoration adorno the frills of business (= having expensive dinners etc).
frilled adjective ( frilly)
decorated with frills con volantes a frilled curtain a frilly dress.
(Definition of frill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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