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Translation of "lace" - English-Spanish dictionary

lace

noun   /leɪs/
[no plural] a thin, white cloth with a pattern of holes in it encaje a lace curtain
a string used to tie shoes cordón I’ll just tie my laces.
(Definition of lace from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lace

noun /leis/
a string or cord for fastening shoes etc cordón I need a new pair of laces for my tennis shoes.
delicate net-like decorative fabric made with fine thread encaje Her dress was trimmed with lace (also adjective) a lace shawl.
(Definition of lace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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