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braid

noun uk   us   /breɪd/

braid noun (CLOTH)

[U] (also braiding) a thin strip of cloth or twisted threads that is attached to clothes, uniforms, or other things made of cloth, as a decoration: The captain of the ship wore a cap decorated with gold braid (= twisted gold threads).

braid noun (HAIR)

[C] mainly US (UK usually plait) a length of hair or other material that is divided into three parts that are then crossed over each other in a special pattern: She usually wears her hair in a braid/in two braids.

braid

verb [I or T] uk   us   /breɪd/ mainly US (UK usually plait)
to join three or more pieces of hair or string-like material by putting them over each other in a special pattern: She braided the horse's tail. a braided leather bracelet/belt
Traducciones de “braid”
en árabe يُضَفّر…
en coreano (머리나 밧줄 등을) 따다…
in Malaysian tocang…
en francés tresser…
en turco saç örgüsü, kurdela, kordon…
en italiano intrecciare…
en chino (tradicionál) 布, (作裝飾用的)穗帶,鑲邊…
en ruso коса, тесьма…
en polaco warkocz, lamówka…
in Vietnamese bện…
en español trenzar…
en portugués trançar…
in Thai ถัก (เปีย)…
en alemán flechten…
en catalán trenar…
en japonés (髪を)三つ編みにする, (ロープなど)を編む…
in Indonesian mengepang…
en chino (simplificado) 布, (作装饰用的)穗带,镶边…
(Definition of braid from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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