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1    (=prenda)   girdle, corset  
  faja pantalón   panty girdle
2    (=cinturón)   belt  
[+de tela]  
3    (=tira)   [+de adorno]   strip, band,   (Med)   bandage, support
4      (Geog)   (=zona)   strip  
una estrecha faja de terreno      a narrow strip of land  
5      (Arquit)   band, fascia
6    [+de periódico, impreso]        faja postal    wrapper, address label
7      (Andes, Aut)   fanbelt
8      (Méx)   label, title (on spine of book)  

braga-faja         sf   panty girdle
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
una estrecha faja de terreno exp.
a narrow strip of land

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
the sash fitted tightly around her waist
'faja' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
la faja elástica
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"faja": examples and translations in context
Es indispensable usar una faja elástica durante 3 semanas. It is indispensable to use an elastic girdle during 3 weeks.
Soy muy mayor para ir por ahí en faja. It's very sweet of you honey, but I'm too old to walk about in my girdle.
Esta situación inhumana es responsable de varias muertes que se han producido en esta faja de tierra fabricada. This inhumane situation is responsible for several deaths which have occurred on that fabricated strip of land.
Pongan la faja junto a las manos. Put the sash next to the hands.
Su Majestad - La faja amarilla. Your Majesty - The yellow sash.
Tuve dificultad para sacarme la faja. I had difficulty getting out of the girdle.
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