falda escocesa translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

falda escocesa exp.
kilt

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exp.
tartan
nf.
plaid
exp.
underskirt
nf.
brisket
exp.
knitted skirt
exp.
wraparound skirt
exp.
with a skirt of the same colour {o} pattern
exp.
with skirt to match
exp.
with matching skirt
exp.
with skirt to match
exp.
full {o} wide skirt
exp.
the spread {o} swirl of the skirt
exp.
the skirt fits you fine
exp.
the skirt is too loose (for me)
exp.
she's wearing a skirt that's all torn
exp.
a red skirt
exp.
the skirt is very tight on me
exp.
a matching skirt and blouse
exp.
to sit on sb's lap
exp.
she's wearing the same skirt as yesterday
exp.
the wind lifted her skirt (up)
exp.
can you take in this skirt for me?
exp.
the Scottish shower -- one minute hot, the next cold
exp.
I've got a skirt just like yours
exp.
I've got a skirt the same as yours
exp.
she was wearing an identical skirt to mine
exp.
you can iron the skirt on the outside
exp.
the skirt exposed her knees
exp.
the skirt left her knees bare
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'falda escocesa' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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falda escocesa
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falda  

      sf  
1    (=ropa)   skirt  
MODISMOS está cosido o pegado a las faldas de su madre      he's tied to his mother's apron strings  
MODISMOS estar cosido a las faldas de su mujer      to be dominated by one's wife  
MODISMOS haberse criado bajo las faldas de mamá      to have led a very sheltered life  
  falda de tablas   pleated skirt  
  falda de tubo   straight skirt, pencil skirt  
   falda escocesa            (gen)    tartan skirt
(=traje típico escocés)  
kilt  
  falda pantalón   culottes    pl  , split skirt  
  falda tableada   pleated skirt
2    (=regazo)   lap  
sentarse en la falda de algn      to sit on sb's lap  
3    faldas  
*   (=mujeres)   women, ladies  
es muy aficionado a las faldas      he's a great one for the ladies, he's fond of the ladies  
es asunto de faldas      there's a woman behind it somewhere  
4    [+de montaña]   (=ladera)   side  
(=pie)  
foot
5    [+de res]   brisket, skirt
6    [+de mesa camilla]   table cover
7    [+de sombrero]   brim
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