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wreath

noun /riːθ/ ( plural wreaths /riːθs riːðz/)
a circular garland of flowers or leaves, placed at a grave, or put on someone’s shoulders or head after his/her victory etc We put a wreath of flowers on her mother’s grave. a drift or curl of smoke, mist etc
espiral
wreaths of smoke.
wreathe /riːð/ verb to cover
cubrir, envolver, adornar, coronar
The children’s faces were wreathed in smiles.
Translations of “wreath”
in Korean 화환…
in Arabic إكْليل…
in French couronne, spirale, filet…
in Italian corona di fiori, ghirlanda di fiori…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花環, 花圈…
in Russian (похоронный) венок…
in Turkish çelenk…
in Polish wieniec…
in Portuguese coroa de flores, guirlanda…
in German der Kranz, der Ring…
in Catalan corona…
in Japanese (クリスマスの飾りや葬式に使う)花輪, リース…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花环, 花圈…
(Definition of wreath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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