Translation of swag in Spanish:

swag

Pronunciation: /swæg/

n

  • 2 c (fold, drape) guirnalda (f)
    More example sentences
    • In fact, to listen to her, you would think the flesh hung from her shoulders like swags from a curtain rail.
    • Top treatments can run the gamut from elaborate swags to a simple piece of fabric tossed casually across a wooden drapery pole.
    • Hence the bewildering array of prime-time programmes showing inept plumbers caught on CCTV or grown men making curtain swags out of potato sacks.

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