- n.褶边; 装饰; [摄]胶片边缘的皱褶; [动]壳皱
- 复数: frills;
She took pleasure in prefectly goffering the frill on her father's shirts.
When these flowers frill bloom they send forth a fragrance at once delicate and sweet.
To make into a ruffle frill.
Newgate frill [ fringe ]
(留在下巴底下和两颊的)兜腮胡子 ( 其状如绞索套,故名 )
To press ridges or narrow pleats into ( a frill, for example ).
使布起褶皱把布压成花边或窄的布褶 ( 如褶边 )
The Protoceratops had a frill on its head. Males had a bigger frill than females.
The Clumber has a good neck frill and on no condition should his throat be shaved.
At last dancing had become more than an extra and entertaining frill.
She sewed a frill on the bottom of her skirt.
He pulled out his frill as far as his navel.
Now, here's the frill at half staff.
1. a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim