Translation of facecloth in Spanish:


toallita, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfeɪsˌklɔθ/ /ˈfeɪsklɒθ/


(British face flannel)
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    (para lavarse) toallita feminine
    manopla feminine
    • ‘Here, wash your face,’ he was told as he was handed a facecloth, soap and towel.
    • After using you simply throw the facecloth into an attendant basket.
    • The soap looked rough and small, obviously on its last legs and the facecloth, faded grey from too many washes, had seen better days.
    • Both hand towel and facecloth are embroidered with a lavender and are available in colour set or mix the colours to suit yourself.
    • You will find a toothbrush, facecloth and a bar of soap in the top drawer of your table.
    • Look for facecloth, arm cloth, leg cloth, long loofah, wide loofah and pumice stone.