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odds and ends
American English: /ˈˌɑdz ən ˈɛn(d)z/

Translation of odds and ends in Spanish:

plural noun

  • [colloquial]
    cosas (feminine plural) sueltas
    (of fabric) retazos (masculine plural)
    retales (masculine plural) (Spain)
    (trinkets) chucherías (feminine plural)
    (junk) cachivaches (masculine plural)
    trastos (masculine plural) viejos
    Example sentences
    • Unless she's thrown it away, the broken watch is still in a box of miscellaneous odds and ends on a shelf in the den.
    • I claw at the floor, the walls, the odds and ends and knick-knacks that they decorated the apartment with.
    • Cath's room was cluttered with odds and ends, computer parts and engine pieces.
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