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noun uk   us   /frɪl/
[C] a long, narrow strip of cloth with folds along one side that is sewn along the edge of a piece of clothing or material for decoration: You could always sew a frill or two around the bottom of the skirt if you think it's too plain.frills [plural] informal extra things that are added to something to make it more pleasant or more attractive, but that are not necessary: a cheap, no frills airline
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