French translation of 'frill'
1. [of dress, curtain] volant m
2. [of shirt] jabot m
without frills (= without extras) sans fiorituressee also no-frills
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Example Sentences Including 'frill'
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It added frills, like first-class sections.THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF MARKETING (1993)
Most of these follow the Easy concept of stripping away the frills to make the product or service cheaper, but the results have been hit and miss.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
With little frills between, oh!The Tales of Beatrix Potter (1930)
No frills, no fuss, and the audience seemed transfixed.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The frills will add detail and shape, while the belt emphasises your waist.The Sun (2012)
The pieces are cut very simply with no extra frills and it only comes in the one colour, dove grey.The Sun (2010)
There are few frills but this adds to its charm.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Think luxe fabrics like velvet and brocade teamed with sumptuous bows and frills.The Sun (2016)
This 'no frills' actually had a few thrills.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
This applies especially to fancy forms with frills and tassels that in a multiple crown produce an undistinguished tangle.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Did his job with no fuss or frills.The Sun (2011)
No frills, no fuss and certainly no triumphant bluster.The Sun (2010)
No fuss or frills, just get the job done and move on.The Sun (2016)
Interesting prints and misplaced frills make these pieces to treasure.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
No fuss, no frills and great colours.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
What better time for lace and silk, bows and frills in the undies department?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
With little frills between, oh!Times, Sunday Times (2016)
No fuss, no frills, just straight to the point.The Sun (2008)
The probation trust needs to cut back on frills and extras like this.The Sun (2011)
Some may consider them unnecessary frills, but when you meet the users it becomes obvious why these things matter.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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'frill' in Other Languages
British English: frill NOUN
A frill is a long narrow strip of cloth or paper with many folds in it, which is attached to something as a decoration.
...net curtains with frills.
Translation of frill from the Collins English to French Dictionary