1. (clothing) 
a. la bufanda (F) (for warmth) 
I like to wear a wool scarf when it's really cold outside.Me gusta llevar una bufanda de lana cuando hace mucho frío afuera.
b. el pañuelo (M) (decorative) 
The silk scarf on her head matched the dress she was wearing.El pañuelo de seda en su cabeza hacía juego con el vestido que llevaba.
transitive verb
2. (to eat quickly) (United States) 
a. devorar 
I was in a hurry so I scarfed down a sandwich and left.Tenía prisa, así que me devoré un sándwich y me fui.
1. (woolen) 
a. la bufanda (F) 
2. (of silk, for head) 
a. el pañuelo (M) 
scarf [skɑːf]
scarfs scarves (woollen, for neck) bufanda (f); (headscarf) pañuelo (m);
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