Definition of 'decorate'
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Fishes decorate most of the machines and a border of blue paint divides the concrete floor from the Artex walls. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2001)
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Translations for 'decorate'
British English: decorate /ˈdɛkəˌreɪt/ VERB
If you decorate something, you make it more attractive by adding things to it.
He decorated his room with pictures.
- American English: decorate
- Arabic: يُزَيِّنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: decorar
- Chinese: 装饰
- Croatian: urediti
- Czech: zdobit
- Danish: dekorere
- Dutch: versieren
- European Spanish: decorar
- Finnish: koristella
- French: décorer
- German: dekorieren
- Greek: διακοσμώ
- Italian: decorare
- Japanese: 装飾する
- Korean: 장식하다
- Norwegian: dekorere
- Polish: ozdobić
- European Portuguese: decorar
- Romanian: a decora
- Russian: украшать
- Spanish: decorar
- Swedish: måla och tapetsera
- Thai: ประดับ
- Turkish: dekore etmek
- Ukrainian: прикрашати
- Vietnamese: trang trí
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