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plait

noun /plat/
a length of hair arranged by dividing it into sections and passing these over one another in turn
trenza
She wore her hair in a long plait.
a similar arrangement of any material
trenza
a plait of straw.
Translations of “plait”
in Arabic يَجْدُل, يُضَفِّر…
in Korean 한가닥으로 땋은 머리…
in Malaysian tocang, jalinan…
in French tresse…
in Italian treccia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 辮子, 編成辮子的東西…
in Vietnamese đuôi sam, dây bện…
in Portuguese trança…
in Thai (ผม) เปีย, รอยจีบ…
in German geflochtener Zopf, das Geflecht…
in Catalan trena…
in Japanese 三つ編み, おさげ…
in Indonesian kepang, jalinan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 辫子, 编成辫子的东西…
(Definition of plait from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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