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wreath

noun   /riːθ/ /riːθ/ ( plural wreaths /riːðz/)
a large ring of leaves or flowers used to show respect for someone who has died or corona
(Definition of wreath from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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 corona 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.
(Definition of wreath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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