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decorate [decorated, decorated, decorating, decorates] (to improve the appearance of a house, room, office and so forth)
verb
[UK: ˈdek.ə.reɪt]
[US: ˈdek.ə.ˌret]

décorer◼◼◼verbe

decorate [decorated, decorated, decorating, decorates] (to furnish with decorations)
verb
[UK: ˈdek.ə.reɪt]
[US: ˈdek.ə.ˌret]

décorer◼◼◼verbe

orner◼◼◻verbe

decoration [decorations] (any mark of honor to be worn upon the person)
noun
[UK: ˌdek.ə.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌdek.ə.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]

décoration◼◼◼nom [f]

decoration [decorations] (that which adorns)
noun
[UK: ˌdek.ə.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌdek.ə.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]

décoration◼◼◼nom [f]

decoration [decorations] (act of adorning)
noun
[UK: ˌdek.ə.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌdek.ə.ˈreɪʃ.n̩]

décoration◼◼◼nom [f]

decorative (that serves to decorate)
adjective
[UK: ˈdek.ə.rə.tɪv]
[US: ˈde.krə.tɪv]

décoratif◼◼◼adjectif

decorative arts (arts and crafts concerned with making objects beautiful)
noun

arts décoratifs◼◼◼nom [m pl]

decorator [decorators] (one who decorates)
noun
[UK: ˈdek.ə.reɪ.tə(r)]
[US: ˈdek.ə.ˌre.tər]

décorateur◼◼◼nom [m]

décoratrice◼◼◻nom [f]

decorticate [decorticated, decorticated, decorticating, decorticates] (peel or remove the bark, husk or outer layer from something)
verb
[UK: dɪˈk.ɔː.tɪk.eɪt]
[US: diːˈk.ɔːr.təˌk.eɪt]

décortiquer◼◼◼verbe

decorum (appropriate social behavior; propriety)
noun
[UK: dɪˈk.ɔː.rəm]
[US: dɪˈk.ɔː.rəm]

décorum◼◼◼nom [m]