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facecloth also: (in British English also) face flannel
American English: /ˈfeɪsˌklɔθ/
British English: /ˈfeɪsklɒθ/

Translation of facecloth in Spanish:

noun

  • toallita (feminine)
    (para lavarse)
    Example sentences
    • ‘Here, wash your face,’ he was told as he was handed a facecloth, soap and towel.
    • After using you simply throw the facecloth into an attendant basket.
    • The soap looked rough and small, obviously on its last legs and the facecloth, faded grey from too many washes, had seen better days.

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