escotado translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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escotado

  
      adj  
[vestido]  
low-cut
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'escotado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
escotado
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un vestido muy escotado de espalda
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un vestido escotado
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"escotado": examples and translations in context
Negro, de mangas cortas y escotado. Black, short sleeves, and low-cut.
Tal vez a causa de su bello y escotado vestido. Perhaps it was her beautiful low-cut dress.
Tenía un CI elevado y un vestido escotado. She had a high IQ and a low-cut dress.
Seré la dama de honor... con el vestido escotado azul de terciopelo del Renacimiento. I'll be the lady in waiting... the one with that low-cut, blue-velvet Renaissance dress.
Chicos, puedo hacer lo que Molly Ringwald hace con el pintalabios en su escote cuando llevo un top escotado. You guys, I can do the thing Molly Ringwald does with the lipstick in her cleavage when I'm wearing a low-cut top.
Un vestido para la hora del té, escotado por detrás. This is an afternoon tea dress, which plunges in back rather than the front.
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