plural - accessories; noun
1) (something additional (eg a handbag, scarf, shoes etc to the main part of a woman's clothing, or a radio, seat-covers etc to a car): She wore matching accessories.) accesorio
2) ((legal) a person who helps somebody, especially a criminal.) cómplice
accessory n accesorio
El plural de accessory se escribe accessories
noun (pl accessories)
1 (gadget) accesorio
2 SMALLLAW/SMALL (accomplice) cómplice nombre masulino o femenino
plural noun accessories
1 (bag, gloves etc) complementos nombre masculino plural
accessory after the fact cómplice nombre masulino o femenino
accessory before the fact cómplice nombre masulino o femenino encubridor,-ra
accessory [ɪk'sɛsəri, æk-] adj
: auxiliar
accessory n, pl -ries
1) : accesorio m , complemento m
2) accomplice: cómplice mf
accesorio, -a adj.
adicional adj.
anexo, -a adj.
auxiliar adj.
accesorio s.m.
adherente s.m.
adminículo s.m.
cómplice s.m.,f.
encubridor s.m.
pertenencia s.f.
noun (pl -ries)
a) (extra) accesorio m
b) accessories pl (Clothing) accesorios mpl, complementos mpl
2) (Law)

accessory (to something) — cómplice mf (en algo)

1. ADJ
1) (=additional) accesorio, secundario
2) (Jur)

to be accessory to — ser cómplice de

2. N
1) accessories (Aut etc) accesorios mpl ; (to outfit) complementos mpl , accesorios mpl

kitchen/bathroom accessories — accesorios or artículos mpl de cocina/baño

2) (Jur) cómplice mf (to de)

accessory after the fact — cómplice mf encubridor(a)

accessory before the fact — cómplice mf

* * *
noun (pl -ries)
a) (extra) accesorio m
b) accessories pl (Clothing) accesorios mpl, complementos mpl
2) (Law)

accessory (to something) — cómplice mf (en algo)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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