blusa translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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blusa

  
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1    (=camisa)   blouse
2    (=mono)   overall
3    (=bata)   smock
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

busa, blusón, balsa, bausa

una blusa ligerita exp.
a light {o} lightweight {o} thin blouse

Entry related to:ligero

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
a lace blouse
exp.
that blouse goes all baggy {o} doesn't hang right on you
exp.
an off-white blouse
exp.
what a nice blouse!
exp.
a bright pink blouse
exp.
the blouse was very tight on her
exp.
the blouse was too tight on my neck
exp.
a matching skirt and blouse
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'blusa' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la blusa con una chorrera
exp.
llevaba una blusa verde claro
exp.
esta blusa es muy fácil de planchar
exp.
llevaba una blusa muy abierta por el cuello
exp.
se le transparentaba la blusa
n.
las blusas con chorreras
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"blusa": examples and translations in context
Masako, déjame comprarte una blusa. Masako, let me buy you a blouse.
Miranda tiene una blusa con hombreras. Miranda is wearing a blouse with shoulder pads.
Combina con esa cosa que llamas blusa. It matches that, uh, thing you call a shirt.
Incluso pensé en una blusa lila... I even thought of wearing a purple shirt...
Tengo una blusa con etiquetas, quiero estrenarla. I've got a new tube top, I want to cut the tags off.
Los policías buscan a alguien con una blusa rosada. Cops are looking for somebody in a pink top.
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