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'escotado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
un vestido muy escotado de espalda
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.
Algo escotado, porque la cámara hace que todo quede muy de corte alto. Something low-cut, because the camera makes everything seem higher-cut.
Un vestido para la hora del té, escotado por detrás. This is a tea dress which plunges in the back, not the front.
Es escotado, con la falda ancha. It's low-cut and has a wide skirt.
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.
No tiene mangas y es muy escotado. "This dress is sleeveless and very low-cut."
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