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Translation of "scarf" - English-Spanish dictionary

scarf

noun   /skɑːf/ ( plural scarves /skɑːvz/)
A2 a piece of cloth that you wear around your neck or head to keep warm or for decoration bufanda
verb   /skɑːf/ US informal ( UK scoff)
to eat a lot of something quickly devorar Who scarfed all the cookies?
(Definition of scarf from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scarf

noun /skaːf/ ( plural scarves /skaːvz/, scarfs)
a long strip of material to wear round one’s neck bufanda a football scarf.
(Definition of scarf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “scarf”
in Korean 스카프…
in Arabic وِشاح, كوفِيّة…
in Malaysian skaf…
in French écharpe…
in Russian шарф…
in Chinese (Traditional) 圍巾,領巾,披巾,頭巾…
in Italian sciarpa…
in Turkish atkı, eşarp, kaşkol…
in Polish szalik, szal, chusta…
in Vietnamese khăn quàng cổ…
in Portuguese echarpe, lenço longo…
in Thai ผ้าพันคอ…
in German der Schal…
in Catalan bufanda…
in Japanese スカーフ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 围巾,领巾,披巾,头巾…
in Indonesian syal…
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