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plait

verb [T]
 
/plæt/ mainly UK ( US braid)
to twist three pieces of hair, rope, etc together so that they form one long pieceHairstyles
plait mainly UK ( US braid) noun [C] She wore her hair in plaits.
Translations of “plait”
in Korean 땋다…
in Arabic يَجْدُل, يُضَفِّر…
in Portuguese trançar…
in Catalan trenar…
in Japanese (髪やロープなど)を三つ編みにする, 編む…
in Italian intrecciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…編成辮…
in Russian заплетать косу…
in Turkish örmek, örgü yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把…编成辫…
in Polish splatać, zaplatać…
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