braid verb Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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braid

verb [T]
 
 
/breɪd/ US ( mainly UK plait)
to twist three pieces of hair over and under each otherHairstyles
Translations of “braid”
in Arabic يُضَفّر…
in Korean (머리나 밧줄 등을) 따다…
in Malaysian tocang…
in French tresser…
in Turkish saç örmek…
in Italian intrecciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…編成辮…
in Russian заплетать в косу…
in Polish splatać…
in Vietnamese bện…
in Spanish trenzar…
in Portuguese trançar…
in Thai ถัก (เปีย)…
in German flechten…
in Catalan trenar…
in Japanese (髪を)三つ編みにする, (ロープなど)を編む…
in Indonesian mengepang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把…编成辫…
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