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Spanish translation of “tassel”

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tassel

noun /ˈtӕsəl/
a decoration, consisting of a hanging bunch of threads tied firmly at one end and loose at the other end, put eg on a cushion, a hat, a shawl etc.
borla
tasselled adjective ( tasseled) decorated with tassels
adornado con borlas
a tasselled hat.
Translations of “tassel”
in French pompon, gland…
in German die Troddel, der Bund…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流蘇,穗…
in Russian кисточка (украшение)…
in Turkish püskül…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流苏,穗…
in Polish frędzel…
(Definition of tassel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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