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Translation of "fringe" - English-Spanish dictionary

fringe

noun   /frɪndʒ/
UK ( US bangs) hair that is cut short and straight at the top of someone’s face flequillo
loose threads that hang along the edge of cloth as a decoration flecos
UK ( US bangs) hair that is cut short and straight at the top of someone’s face flequillo
(Definition of fringe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fringe

noun /frindʒ/
a border of loose threads on a carpet, shawl etc fleco, franja Her red shawl has a black fringe.
hair cut to hang over the forehead flequillo You should have your fringe cut before it covers your eyes.
the outer area; the edge; the part farthest from the main part or centre of something borde The shoe factory is situated on the fringe of the city.
(Definition of fringe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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