Noun(1) a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair(2) any of various types of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself and then pressing or stitching into shape
Verb(1) make by braiding or interlacing(2) weave into plaits
(1) Harvest the garlic (usually just after Christmas) lay them out on a path or verandah for a week or two until dry, brush them off, plait them together and hang them up.(2) She then proceeded to braid her long red hair into a plait and wrap it around her head like a crown.(3) Her body, carved and faceted with all of the concentrated vigor of an Expressionist woodcut and burnished a brick red, gives way to a thick plait of wiry gray hair.(4) She began to plait her long white hair over her shoulder, yanking the tangles apart without grimacing.(5) ├ö├ç├┐I'll show you how to wash and plait long hair, kid,├ö├ç├û he offered.(6) She walked over to Margaret and began to plait her hair, her strong fingers moving swiftly over Margaret's light brown hair.(7) Her skin was richly cocoa-colored, her hair was pulled into a single plait and her native accent was strong.(8) I brushed my hair, then braided it in a single plait down my back that hung to my waist.(9) Her flaxen hair was drawn back in a single plait bound with cord.(10) Children plait them, knot them, and turn them into anything from friendship bracelets to tiny dragons.(11) He will bring ready-prepared dough and show the children how to plait dough, and the children will also be given the chance to take part in a plaiting competition.(12) She wore her long dark hair in side plait and she wore red tracksuit bottoms and a hooded top.(13) She stopped and tilted her head to the side, but her dark hair remained plastered to her forehead, a few frizzy strands escaping her plait .(14) So now all I have to do is plait the onions before I hang them in the garage.(15) The long train skirt is in a plait and trimmed up the aides with lace to the wrist and on in shell shape.(16) But the Qing were also Manchu invaders, who forced every Chinese man to wear his hair in a long plait as a sign of subjection and instigated a literary inquisition that codified what could and could not be read in China.
(1) plait :: kòde
1. pleat ::
2. braid ::
3. lace ::
Different Formsplait, plaited, plaiting, plaits
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