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knickknack
American English: /ˈnɪknæk/
British English: /ˈnɪknak/

Translation of knickknack in Spanish:

noun

  • adornito (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • He was stunned at the vast amount of knick-knacks and souvenirs - of value to his mother but to no one else.
    • Browsing the shops is the main pastime: the stores offer rural knick-knacks and antiques as well as a fair amount of New Age wares such as quartz crystals, incense burners and Indian rugs.
    • Shelving installed around the room up near the ceiling is great for keeping stuffed animals, framed photos and knick-knacks up and out of the way.

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