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pleat
v. plegar, alechugar, plisar, tablear
 
s. pliegue, alforza, doblez, plegadura

English Spanish dictionary by Jaime Aguirre

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pleat
v.- pinzar | plisar | plegar -
s.- prense | pinza | pliegue | plegadura | doblez

An English-Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 14.4

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pleat1
(n.) = pliegue, tabla, plisado.
Ex: Accordion pleats are the most basic form of pleat, consisting of a series of permanent folds of equal width in alternating opposite directions = Los pliegues de acordeón son el tipo de plisado más básico y consiste en una serie de dobleces permanentes de igual anchura en direcciones alternas opuestas.
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* accordion pleats = plisado de acordeón, pliegues de acordeón.

 
pleat2
(v.) = plisar, plegar, tablear.
Ex: Most fabrics fray, and before pleating a fabric you should neaten the edges cutting them with pinking shear scissors.


Jeff Morrison´s Eng-Span Patternmaking Glossary

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pleats
pliegues; (wide) tablas; (narrow, stitched) alforzas, jaretas


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