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NOUN   a kerchief | kerchiefs / kerchieves
kerchief {noun} [scarf]šátek {m}
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Translation for 'kerchief' from English to Czech

kerchief {noun} [scarf]
šátek {m}
Usage Examples English
  • Some Spiritual Christians ("Dukh-i-zhizniki", "Pryguny" and "Molokane") bring their own handkerchief for similar prostration rituals, usually performed on clean floors while holding the kerchief.
  • And around his neck a silken kerchief.
  • Such a shawl or kerchief will not look downy when first made.
  • The Agha of the Muslin placed the first kerchief on the mantle and the sultan kissed it, followed by the imperial princes, viziers, officials, male attendants, and eunuchs.
  • Open-fronted bodices on either gown could be filled in with a decorative stomacher, and toward the end of the period a lace or linen kerchief called a "fichu" could be worn to fill in the low neckline.
  • The name is most possibly related to the name of the stream Hustets or Husztica, which means "kerchief".
  • Finally, the jealous Danilo throws down the kerchief and storms off in a rage.
  • A bandana is a cloth also known as a kerchief.
  • The single cover shows Laferte topless, wearing only a kerchief (similar to her topless at the Grammy Awards) with the hashtag #AbortoLegalYa (Legal Abort Now), supporting the feminist movement.
  • Douglas chides her for not wearing her hair tied back with a kerchief and after loosely tying it back, the kerchief is caught in a drill press and she is chided by Douglas for the safety hazard which increases her dislike for him.
  • A relic of a kerchief found in a chapel behind the high altar of Jaén Cathedral is associated with a legend of St.
  • A 'napkin' can also refer to a small cloth or towel, such as a handkerchief in dialectal British, or a kerchief in Scotland.
  • Either type is often worn over a kerchief tied at the nape of the neck.
  • 1) I mété kwéyon-an adan pòch li. He put the pencil in his pocket. 2) I sòti mouchwè adan pòch li. He took the kerchief out of his pocket.
  • A fichu ([...] , from the French "thrown over") is a large, square kerchief worn by women to fill in the low neckline of a bodice.
  • Linen was used for shirts and underwear; silk and linen were made into headwear, from the ubiquitous coif worn by both sexes to women's wimples, and every variety of kerchief.
  • Then in the 16th century, people in Europe began to carry kerchiefs in their pockets to wipe their foreheads or their noses.
  • The King James Version of the Bible explicitly lists wimples in Isaiah 3:22 as one of a list of female fineries; however, the Hebrew word [...] (...) means "kerchief".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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