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scarf pronunciación 1
noun (scarves or scarfs )
1 a strip or square of often patterned fabric, worn around the neck, shoulders or head for warmth or decoration.
2 a muffler.
3 a necktie or cravat.
4 a military or official sash.
[16c: perhaps from French escarpe sash or sling]


scarf pronunciación 2
noun (scarfs )
1 a joint made between two ends, especially of timber, cut so as to fit with overlapping, producing the effect of a continuous surface.
2 an end prepared for such a joint.
3 a longitudinal cut made in a whale's carcase.
verb (scarfed , scarfing )
1 to join by means of a scarf-joint.
2 to make a scarf in something.
[15c: from Norse skarfr ]


scarf pronunciación 3
verb (scarfed , scarfing ) slang to devour hungrily.
[1950s: perhaps a variant of scoff2]


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