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nape
American English: /neɪp/
British English: /neɪp/

Translation of nape in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • He had blue eyes, quite a rounded chin bone and a strawberry-type birthmark on the nape of his neck.
    • I turn my head slightly and ruffle the hair at the nape of my neck where my eight inch pony tail has been shaved to half an inch.
    • I wrapped my arms around him and cried into the hollow of his collar bone, putting my fingers through his hair at the nape of his neck.

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