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bandolera

  
      sf   bandoleer  
llevar algo en bandolera      to wear sth across one's chest  
    bandolero  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
llevar algo en bandolera exp.
to wear sth across one's chest

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'bandolera' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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con un fusil en bandolera
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"bandolera": examples and translations in context
Tiene cuatro ruedas y una bandolera amovible que también puede utilizarse para tirar del artículo. It has four wheels and a removable shoulder strap that can also be used to pull the article along.
Era marrón con bandolera, ¿no? It was brown with shoulder strap, right?
Quizás necesite las municiones que dejé en la bandolera. I could use that ammunition I left in that bandoleer.
Bolsos de mano "carteras", incl. con bandolera o sin asas, con la superficie exterior de fibra vulcanizada o cartón, o recubiertos totalmente o en su mayor parte con estas materias o papel Handbags, whether or not with shoulder strap, incl. those without handle, with outer surface of vulcanised fibre or paperboard, or wholly or mainly covered with such materials or with paper
Si descubro que alguien de esta aldea ha ayudado a la bandolera Blancanieves, sufrirán muchísimo. If I find out anyone in this village has helped the bandit Snow White, they will suffer dearly.
Los pasajeros que viajen de pie sólo dispondrían de un cinturón de bandolera. Passengers who were standing would only have shoulder belts at their disposal.
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