Translation of accessory in Spanish:

accessory

accesorio, n.

Pronunciation /əkˈsɛs(ə)ri//əkˈsɛs(ə)ri/

nounPlural accessories

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    • 1.1(extra)

      accesorio masculine
      • Its accessories include the necessary hoses, wands, nozzles, hydrant adapters and an injector.
      • And if you want the comfort of typing with a full-size keyboard, you can easily add one as an optional accessory.
      • In addition to building materials, the group also sells bathroom suites and accessories to trade suppliers and the public.
      • Shops may offer a range of accessories or even extended warranties that can be worth a fair bit.
      • To motorists, it's a useful accessory that allows them to talk without driving off the road.
      • The even better news is that bathroom accessories can be spray painted in the same colour for a co-ordinated look.
      • Carpets, floor liners or floor mats are among the most useful car accessories.
      • Motorola has designed quite a lot of useful accessories around its T720i mobile phone.
      • Purchasers will have the option of fitted baths while there will be extra large shower cubicles as well as a full range of bathroom accessories.
      • Folder is a new range of toolbar and slat wall accessories which include paper and telephone trays.
      • It has a good selection of optional accessories including a Bluetooth headset and the loop set that allows you to use the phone with a suitable hearing aid.
      • The bathroom accessories department reminded me that I hadn't washed anything for a few weeks, so I'd better buy a fluffy white bath towel.
      • Try to choose bathroom accessories that complement the color of the walls.
      • Inkjet Printables provides tons of useful information on inkjet accessories and other inkjet items.
      • Its docking station is a useful accessory that recharges the camera's battery when it's not transferring shots to the computer.
      • Among the many useful accessories in a car, truck, SUV or van are the mud guards.
      • Other accessories include remote-control headphones and - crucially - a battery pack.
      • The centre will sell everything from garden plants to household accessories and includes a restaurant.
      • It also offers a very broad range of accessories including batteries, headsets, add-ons and clip-ons.
      • They can then add optional extras and accessories to their car.

    • 1.2accessories pluralClothing

      accesorios masculine
      complementos masculine
      • Do they also carry bridal accessories, like hair decorations, veils and shoes?
      • When you buy a new dress, be sure you have shoes and other accessories to go with it.
      • There will also be her fantastic range of accessories including shell necklaces and natural raffia bags and baskets to add a touch of style to any outfit.
      • The gold bangles and thick hoop earrings she wore were the perfect accessories to the outfit.
      • The teacher looked all fancy with his completely brown outfit and silver accessories.
      • In addition, you can use scarves and accessories to give each outfit a whole new look.
      • The women have to purchase expensive gowns and matching accessories to keep up with expectations.
      • Apart from hats, the must-have accessory was a designer handbag, with Louis Vuitton coming out in front of Gucci and Dior as the label to tote.
      • Keep the clothes to three basic colors if you want your accessories to match with your wardrobe.
      • As gold is the colour to be seen in right now, accessories include sparkly sequined bags, cuffs, belts and kitten heels.
      • She arrived at Rufforth airfield on a flight from Heathrow and wore a turquoise suit with matching hat and black accessories for the occasion.
      • Limit your accessories and do remember to match your shoes as well!
      • Money cannot buy style, but it can buy you the following chic garments and accessories.
      • These will be used by consumers to store favourite special garments, footwear and accessories.
      • He shops for many of his outfits on the Internet, where he says there are a wide range of authentic outfits and matching accessories for sale.
      • A source said: ‘Jennifer thought it would be fun and unusual to extend the range of accessories to animals’.
      • I also ran around taking a few pics of the models that were showcasing the designers gowns, and hair accessories.
      • I would like to use the same accessories and shoes with each dress.
      • Conversely, there has been a sharp decline in the use of gloves as fashion accessories over the past several decades.
      • Victoria Beckham, meanwhile, is promising to launch her own range of clothes and accessories in 2004.

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    Law
    cómplice masculine
    accessory to sth cómplice en algo
    • an accessory to the murder un cómplice en el asesinato
    • The accessory to murder charges remain in force, along with a charge of membership in a terrorist organization.
    • In 1828 Curr tried to charge one of his superintendents with being an accessory to murder after one of his convict servants had killed an Aboriginal woman.
    • Has it been closed down, and its landlord charged with being an accessory to murder?
    • The defendant is not charged with having received trust moneys for his own benefit, but with having acted as an accessory to a breach of trust.
    • And should she thus be punished in the same way as the actual murderers, as an accessory to the crime?
    • Intruders and accessories to crime, we had our voyeuristic detachment demolished twice over.
    • And when will there be a law that will hold a bank guilty as accessory to theft from the Namibian public?
    • Everyone present at that court was an accessory to the crime of the century.
    • He said paying compensation for vehicles with varying declared value for duty at ZRA and the insured value would render the corporation an accessory to the crime of tax evasion.
    • Addicted to heroin at 18, she has been in and out of jail since then, the first time for accessory to armed robbery to feed her habit.
    • In addition to the 3,066 counts of accessory to murder, he was convicted of five counts of accessory to attempted murder and accessory to causing bodily injury.
    • Today had turned out to be a pretty uneventful day until I discovered a few minutes ago that I'm quite possibly an accessory to murder.
    • At the very least their actions make them an accessory to crime.
    • How does an ordinary, obedient child of the 1950s and a beneficiary of the economic miracle of that era turn into a terrorist, an accessory to murder?
    • She was an accessory to murder, and her son was a witness to it.
    • As a result the clan stalwart and laird was tried by a jury of Campbells and, not surprisingly, was convicted as an accessory to the murder.
    • Now today, I would be an accessory to a robbery, but in those days I really did not care all that much.
    • He couldn't stay here and be an accessory to murder and theft.
    • The police begin investigating him as an accessory to the murder, for having plotted and planned it with the killer.
    • The 29-year-old Moroccan had been found guilty on more than 3,000 counts of being an accessory to murder and of being a member of a terrorist organisation.

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