Translation of handkerchief in Spanish:
noun plural -chieves Pronunciation: / -tʃiːvz / or -chiefs
- a cotton/paper handkerchiefa garden the size of a pocket handkerchiefun pañuelo de algodón/papelun jardín como un pañuelitoExample sentences
- He sits repeatedly wiping his nose on his handkerchief, and then spreading it out on his lap like a napkin.
- I blew my nose in a napkin and blew my nose again on his handkerchief.
- Now, however, he was too ill to notice it - how the people in the car began to gasp and sputter, to put handkerchiefs to their noses, and transfix him with furious glances.
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