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Translation of "veil" - English-Spanish dictionary

veil

noun   /veɪl/
a thin piece of material that covers a woman’s face velo
(Definition of veil from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

veil

noun /veil/
a piece of thin cloth worn over the face or head to hide, cover, or protect it velo Some women wear veils for religious reasons, to prevent strangers from seeing their faces a veil of mist over the mountains a veil of secrecy.
veiled adjective
wearing, or covered by, a veil velado, cubierto por un velo a veiled lady The bride was veiled.
(only slightly) disguised velado, encubierto a veiled threat.
(Definition of veil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “veil”
in Korean 면사포, 베일…
in Arabic حِجاب…
in Malaysian vel, tudung, purdah…
in French voile…
in Russian вуаль…
in Chinese (Traditional) 材料, 面紗, 面罩…
in Italian velo…
in Turkish peçe, duvak…
in Polish welon, woalka…
in Vietnamese mạng che mặt, khăn trùm đầu…
in Portuguese véu…
in Thai ผ้าคลุมหน้า หรือศีรษะ…
in German der Schleier…
in Catalan vel…
in Japanese ベール…
in Chinese (Simplified) 材料, 面纱, 面罩…
in Indonesian cadar…
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