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a clasp used to hold one’s hair in place
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A small clasp for holding the hair in place.
[French, diminutive of barre, bar, from Old French; see bar1.]
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(Clothing & Fashion) a clasp or pin for holding women's hair in place
[C20: from French: a little bar, from barre bar1]
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a clasp for holding a woman's or girl's hair in place.
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barrette[bəˈret] N (US) → pasador m (para el pelo)
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n (US) → (Haar)spange f
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