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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "clothing" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 41 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
clothing ropa [f]
clothing atuendo [m]
clothing vestuario [m]
clothing atavío [m]
clothing vestido [m]
General
clothing indumentaria [f]
clothing vestimenta [f]
clothing indumentario [adj]
clothing indumento [m]
clothing indumentaria [adj/f]
clothing arropamiento [m]
clothing pelaje [m]
clothing vestidura [f]
clothing calcha [f] AR:Nw
clothing cachina [f] EC:W
clothing pilcha [f] EC rare teen
clothing pilcha [f] PY AR UY teen
clothing pinta [f] VE
clothing pieza de ropa [f] PR
clothing revestimiento [m]
clothing trapo [m] fig.
clothing pilchaje [m] AR
clothing pilcherío [m] AR UY
Colloquial
clothing trajeo [m] BO:W
Safety
clothing prendas [f/pl]
clothing prendas [f/pl]
Textile
clothing vestiduras [f/pl]
Online Shopping Terms
clothing prendas de vestir
Engineering
clothing envuelta [f]
clothing guarnición [f]
clothing camisa [f]
Hydraulics
clothing guarnición de carda
Construction
clothing guarnición de carda [f]
Mechanics
clothing envuelta [f]
Aeronautics
clothing uniformidad [f]
clothing vestidos [m/pl]
Energy
clothing vestimenta [f]
clothing ropas [m]
clothing vestuario [m]
Hydrology
clothing envuelta [f]
Military
clothing vestuario [m]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "clothing" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 489 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
tie (piece of clothing) corbata [f]
wrap with clothing arropar [v]
General
article of clothing prenda [f]
workman's clothing and bedding calcha [f] rur. AR
bundle of clothing farda [f]
crumple clothing chafar [v]
act of clothing/dressing arropamiento [m]
piece torn from clothing jirón [m]
change of clothing remudamiento [m]
second-hand clothing shop tenderete [m] MX
bespoke clothing ropas hechas a medida [f/pl]
used indoors (article of clothing) entrecasa [adv] PE AR UY
pocket (in clothing) bolsa [f] MX CAM
protective garment worn over clothing braga [f] VE
someone that sews clothing costurera [f]
someone that sews clothing cosedora [f]
pleat (in clothing) alforza [f]
clothing in poor condition because of overuse facha [f]
excessive pressure (especially caused by an article of clothing on a body part) apretazón [f] CR
messy pile of something (especially clothing) balsera [f] HN SV
bed clothing ropa de cama [f]
embroidered woolen fabric used to make traditional ecuadoran clothing bayetilla [f] EC
leather prepared for making clothing cacharra [f] BO:E
pocket in a piece of clothing baisa [f] SV
hem sewn into an article of clothing to take it out or cinch it cuchilla [f] PE
woman who wears out their clothing very quickly, especially footwear cuchilla [f] BO
article of clothing made of wool or some other high quality material, longer than it is wide, used by women over their shoulders as an overcoat or as part of their outfit charlina [f] CU DO disused
woven article of clothing that buttons in front with or without sleeves and that covers the torso chaleca [f] CL
woven article of clothing that buttons in front with or without sleeves and that covers the torso chalequina [f] CL:N
scarf, long and narrow article of clothing, generally of wool or silk, that is wrapped around the neck and mouth chalina [f] CU PE BO AR UY
square article of clothing, generally of cotton or wool, with a central opening for the head chamarra [f] VE:W
very large button on an article of clothing chapeta [f] HN
female partner of the charro who dresses in traditional indigenous clothing china [f] MX
female partner of the huaso who dresses in traditional indigenous clothing china [f] CL
lower class indigenous woman dressed in traditional andean clothing cholita [f] EC PE BO:W,C,S CL:N derog.
large pocket in an article of clothing faldiquera [f] DO VE
art of making prints on garments or clothing estampería [f] EC CL
tassels (cloth or article of clothing) flequera [f] CU
tassels (cloth or article of clothing) hilachera [f] CU
fringe (cloth or article of clothing) hilachera [f] CU
fringe (cloth or article of clothing) flequera [f] CU
buckled leather strip used to fasten or cinch an article of clothing faja [f] HN NI CR CU
old clothing garra [f] MX derog.
article of clothing confección [f] MX PE
clothing one is currently wearing hilacha [f] PA
making of an article of clothing hecha [f] HN
theft of the belongings and clothing of a drunk person passed out in the street or at a bar lavada [f] BO
rectangular shawl of colored wool, used to carry children and as part of women's clothing llijlla [f] BO:C
fabric made of colorful wool used to make shawls, vests, bags, as decoration, and for clothing llijlla [f] BO:W,C
establishment where clothing and masks for traditional dances are made morería [f] GT
worker specialized in making clothing samples muestrera [f] CL
clothing in bulk paca (francés) [f] GT
bulk clothing paca (francés) [f] GT
extreme selectivity for eating and clothing payasería [f] CU
comb worn by women wearing traditional panamanian clothing peineta de balcón [f] PA
person's clothing pinta [f] VE
article of clothing pieza de ropa [f] PR
clothing store pilchería [f] AR rare
piece of clothing prenda [f] GT
indigenous clothing made of otter hides quiyá [f] AR
article of clothing prenda [f] GT
article of poorly hemmed clothing quecha [f] CL
item of clothing prenda [f] GT
each wearing of clothing postura [f] CL AR UY
piece of uneven clothing quecha [f] CL
typical clothing of people who live in the country remúa [f] DO disused
30 articles of clothing to wash or iron tarea [f] NI
clothing store owner tendera [f] CL UY
clothing store owner tendera [f] EC disused
remove the clothing of desabrigar [v]
take off clothing desabrigarse [v]
put on (clothing) calarse [v]
show off luxurious clothing fachar [v] EC
make low-cut clothing escotar [v]
as in clothing ponerse [v]
try on (clothing) probarse [v]
don clothing ponerse [v]
take off clothing desvestir [v]
take off clothing sacarse la ropa [v]
remove all of one's clothing desnudar [v]
remove one's clothing desvestirse [v]
remove one's clothing desnudarse [v]
remove somebody’s clothing desvestir [v]
put an article of clothing on calar [v] VE
button up an article of clothing apuntarse [v] CO
go moldy (damp clothing) averaguarse [v] CR PA
fasten (a piece of clothing worn) atrincarse [v] VE
wear tight clothing atrincarse [v] SV NI
put on (clothing) botarse [v] CU
look good on someone (clothing) cachar [v] BO
become compacted (fabric/wool clothing) abatanarse [v] BO AR
bunch up (clothing) abucharse [v] DO
adjust one's clothing so it fits properly abombachar [v] CU DO PR CL
adjust one's clothing so it fits properly abombachar [v] CU DO PR CL
smell musty after washing and drying (clothing) abombarse [v] CO:N
smell musty after washing and drying (clothing) abombarse [v] PR
remove filth from clothing (typically by soaking it in water with detergent) desmugrar [v] CL
neglect one's clothing descuajeringarse [v] NI DO PE BO PY
be stretched out (an article of clothing) desbembarse [v] CU DO
be longer on one side (an article of clothing) desbembarse [v] CU DO
dirty one's clothing when having an involuntary evacuation desgraciarse [v] AR:Nw UY CL disused
rip clothing desguapar [v] NI
trim the edges of an article of clothing that is being woven/sewn descantillar [v] CU
rip into rags (clothing) deschirajar [v] SV
stuff oneself into an article of clothing clanchar (inglés clench) [v] PA
shorten (article of clothing) chulunquear [v] HN SV
soak in sweat (article of clothing) chivar [v] AR
take in the hem (article of clothing) chulunquear [v] HN SV
become deformed (clothing) chingarse [v] AR UY
hastily put on any item of clothing enzorocarse [v] HN
show off arrogantly in public while wearing luxurious clothing fachar [v] EC rare
wear an article of clothing that does not fit cancharse [v] VE
be a wolf in sheep's clothing alagartarse [v] HN NI
steal the belongings and clothing of a drunk person passed out in the street or at a bar lavar [v] BO
flaunt stylish clothing or luxury items paquetear [v] PY AR UY rare
adjust one's clothing requintar [v] GT CU
pertaining to tailoring or clothing sartorial [adj]
loose (clothing) aguado [adj] CR VE rare
related to a teenager who assumes the attitudes or wears the clothing of an adult agrandado [adj] MX PE CL AR UY
related to the piece of clothing, specially knickers, made of a checkered white and grey fabric bataraz [adj] AR UY rur.
who feels superior because of money/social rank/clothing bucloso [adj] HN
puffy (clothing) abullonado [adj] MX HN CO PY UY
puffy (clothing) abuchonado [adj] AR UY
(clothing) wrinkled ajado [adj] HN SV NI CR PA PR VE EC:N CL
with a plunging neckline (article of clothing) descotado [adj] NI DO PR
longer on one side (an article of clothing) desbembado [adj] CU
that lacks the stains that comes with use (clothing) desempercudido [adj] CU
stretched out (an article of clothing) desbembado [adj] CU
open (collar/clothing) desgolletado [adj] DO
unbuttoned (collar/clothing) desgolletado [adj] DO
shorter than normal (article of clothing) culinche [adj] EC rare rur.
short (thing, especially clothing) culicunco [adj] HN
poorly made (clothing) changuango [adj] HN rare rur.
shorter than normal (article of clothing, especially pants) cutungo [adj] EC:S disused
raggedy (clothing) choteado [adj] CU
mini (clothing) chulunco [adj] HN SV
tight-fitting (article of clothing) chupado [adj] BO:W
tight-fitting (article of clothing) chupliqui [adj] BO:E
washed but not ironed (clothing) chempó (del maya) [adj] MX:Se
very short (clothing) chulunco [adj] HN SV
wearing very little clothing (person) chuto [adj] BO
short (object, especially clothing) chibanco [adj] HN
short (clothing) chingoreto [adj] NI derog.
tattered (clothing) choteado [adj] CU
shabby (clothing) choteado [adj] CU
short (article of clothing) choto [adj] BO
ragged (piece of clothing) chiraposo [adj] EC
tight (piece of clothing) chiringo [adj] PR
tight-fitting (clothing) chucuto [adj] VE
baggy (article of clothing) follón [adj] SV disused
elegant (clothing or footwear) formal [adj] GT HN NI CR DO PR EC BO
used indoors (article of clothing) entrecasa [adj] PE AR UY
small (clothing) esmol (inglés small) [adj] HN CR PY
shabby (clothing) estrujado [adj] MX NI CU PR
typical of a gay man (clothing) fleto [adj] CL derog.
typical of a homosexual man (clothing) fleto [adj] CL derog.
wrinkled (clothing) estrujado [adj] MX NI CU PR
loose (article of clothing) follón [adj] SV disused
loose-fitting (article of clothing) follón [adj] SV disused
having a red mark from one's clothing ceñido [adj] HN NI
that has cuts (object, especially a curtain or article of clothing) cortajeado [adj] CU AR
that has slashes (object, especially a curtain or article of clothing) cortajeado [adj] CU AR
checkered (cloth or article of clothing) cuadrillé [adj] CL PY AR UY
old, dirty, and worn out (clothing) hilachento [adj] BO
(piece of clothing) shorter than usual jolín [adj] MX
(piece of clothing) shorter than usual jolino [adj] MX
pertaining to clothing stores tendero [adj] CL UY
item of clothing prenda de vestir [m]
someone that sews clothing costurero [m]
someone that sews clothing cosedor [m]
protective clothing for the ear canal tapón [m]
protective clothing for the ear canal tapón para los oídos [m]
protective garment worn over clothing mono [m] ES
protective garment worn over clothing overol [m]
muff (of clothing) manguito [m]
second hand clothing agachón [m] HN
very thin synthetic fiber fabric used in the manufacture of clothing acrocel [m] AR UY
person who makes clothing modisto [m]
group of creases on a blouse or other item of clothing arruguero [m] CR
group of folds on a blouse or other item of clothing arruguero [m] CR
workshop where clothing is made atelier [m] NI CU PR CL
clothing ornament resembling a honeycomb avispero [m] CU
popular dance from the colonial period that ridicules the spaniard colonist (danced by men dressed in formal clothing, big hats made from woven straw and masks with long, white beards) auquis [m] BO
popular dance from the colonial period that ridicules the spaniard colonist (danced by men dressed in formal clothing, big hats made from woven straw and masks with long, white beards) auqui [m] BO
a multicolored woolen cloth made from sheep wool, worn as a jacket, bag, clothing or ornament aguayo [m] BO
pocketed-style clothing worn by ecuadorian peasants bolsico [m] EC:S disused
clothing store cajón de ropa [m] MX
establishment where drinks are served and is attended by women dressed in little clothing or in a provocative manner café con piernas [m] CL
(for clothing) black azopilotado [m] HN NI
group of folds on a blouse or other item of clothing arrugazón [m] CR CO
group of creases on a blouse or other item of clothing arrugazón [m] CR CO
clothing or lint brush botapelo [m] CL
bodysuit (women's clothing) bodie [m] GT HN
bodysuit (women's clothing) bodrogo suit (inglés) [m] PR
wrinkle in clothing where fleas or bedbugs hide abrigadero [m] MX disused rur.
pile (usually dirt/clothing) bulto [m] GT HN NI rur.
shammy leather reinforcement to protect from wear (charro mexican cowboy clothing) cachirul [m] MX
clothing patch (especially on the seat of pants) cachirulo [m] GT SV
heap of something (typically dirt/clothing) bulto [m] GT HN NI rur.
woman's article of clothing that consists of a skirt with individual leg sections like shorts and reaches the knees culot (del francés) [m] PR
man who wears out their clothing very quickly, especially footwear cuchillo [m] BO
article of clothing, typically elegant chaine (del inglés shine) [m] CR rare
article of clothing made of a single piece of strong cloth that covers the body and legs and tends to be used as a work suit for some jobs chacanblac (inglés chock-a-block) [m] HN
weave of artificial fiber for making clothing dacron (de dacron®) [m] HN NI DO
weave of artificial fiber for making clothing dacrón (de dracon®) [m] CO PR EC PE BO
new and attractive clothing, particularly a child's chachá [m] PE child
shorts (clothing) chilinco [m] SV:E rur.
traditional article of clothing used by some women as a skirt (wool cloth that covers from hip to ankle) chincuil [m] MX
traditional article of clothing used by some women as a skirt (wool cloth that covers from hip to ankle) chincuey [m] MX rare
twisted piece of clothing or skirt hem chingue [m] AR:Nw
old article of clothing chuica [m] CR
wide flounce used as decoration in some women's dresses or other articles of clothing faralao [m] VE
wide flounce used as decoration in some women's dresses or other articles of clothing faralado [m] VE
quick washing of an article of clothing estrujón [m] PR
article of clothing used as a wrap or coverup cotón (inglés) [m] US
strong cotton fabric used for making clothing crash [m] CU
strip of cloth used as an ornament on clothing guilindajo [m] VE
strip of cloth used as an ornament on clothing guirindajo [m] VE
ceremony carried out some days after the burial in which each family member or friend washes and sun-dries an article of clothing belong to the deceased lavatorio [m] BO AR:Nw rur.
delinquent who robs drunk people on the street at night and with violence, stealing their belongings and clothing lequentero [m] BO:W
indigenous clothing made otter hides kiyá [m] AR UY
machine sewing of an article of clothing despunte [m] DO BO
second hand clothing pancho [m] DO
used clothing pancho [m] DO
comb worn by women wearing traditional panamanian clothing peinetón [m] PA
one piece clothing for babies pilucho [m] CL
person's clothing pilchaje [m] AR
person's clothing pilcherío [m] AR UY
wolf in sheep's clothing picapasito [m] VE
wardrobe to store clothing and bedding placar (francés) [m] BO PY AR UY
wardrobe to store clothing and bedding placard (francés) [m] BO AR UY
european or middle eastern street clothing vendor polaco [m] CR
european or middle eastern street clothing vendor polaco [m] CU disused
large bright colored handkerchief traditional to male clothing of colombia rabo de gallo [m] CO
article of poorly hemmed clothing quecho [m] CL
piece of uneven clothing quecho [m] CL
eccentric clothing zarandajo [m] NI
lavish clothing zarandajo [m] NI
extravagant clothing zarandajo [m] NI
outlandish clothing zarandajo [m] NI
clothing store owner tendero [m] CL UY
clothing store owner tendero [m] EC disused
person who makes clothing modista [m/f]
person who wears strange and exaggerated clothing coqui [m/f] PR
rawhide chaps and other articles of clothing typical worn by creoles cueros [m/pl] AR:Nw
clothing worn out from use, old household items, or personal objects of little value chalmates (del náhuatl) [m/pl] HN
used clothing huipiles [m/pl] HN rur.
patch (on clothing) alitas [f/pl] CU
old clothing garras [f/pl] HN
old clothing hilachas [f/pl] CO derog.
poor quality clothing hilachas [f/pl] CO derog.
loose (clothing) aguada [adj/f] CR VE rare
related to a teenager who assumes the attitudes or wears the clothing of an adult agrandada [adj/f] MX PE CL AR UY
related to the piece of clothing, specially knickers, made of a checkered white and grey fabric bataraza [adj/f] AR UY rur.
(for clothing) black azopilotada [adj/f] HN NI
double sided (article of clothing) de doble cara [loc/adj] BO
double sided (article of clothing) de dos caras [loc/adj] BO
with very little clothing en cuerpo [loc/adv] CL
washing of a deceased person's clothing on the first anniversary of their death lavado de cabo de año [loc/nom] BO:W
article of clothing prenda de vestir
piece of clothing prenda de vestir
white clothing vestimenta blanca
warm clothing ropa de abrigo
protective clothing ropa protectora
articles of clothing prendas de vestir
Idioms
be a wolf in sheep’s clothing matarlas callando [v]
be a wolf in sheep's clothing matarlas callando [v]
provide oneself with proper clothing prevenirse de ropa adecuada [v]
be a wolf in sheep's clothing ser un lobo con piel de cordero [v]
be a wolf in sheep's clothing ser una blanca palomita [v]
sell used clothing abrir paca [v] GT
quickly wash an article of clothing dar un ojito [v] CU
use something several times (especially an article of clothing) darle como a pandereta aleluya [v] PR
take out or stretch out an article of clothing dar de ancho [v] CU
put an article of clothing on backwards coger bruja [v] NI
wash one or two pieces of clothing quickly so they can be used the next day hacer la paloma [v] CU
ritually wash a deceased person's clothing five days after death lavar el cinco [v] EC rare
be swimming in some garment of clothing nadarle [v] MX NI CR PA EC CL UY
dress with very tight clothing, so that folds of fat protrude parecer chile relleno [v] MX
be a wolf in sheep's clothing ser uñas escondidas [v] HN
soldier (article of clothing) de fatiga [adj] CR PR
wearing civilian clothing de paisa [adj] CL
appropriate for the seasons that are neither hot nor cold (article of clothing) de media estación [loc/adj] PY AR UY
all-weather (article of clothing) de media estación [loc/adj] PY AR UY
monochrome (cloth or clothing) de color entero [loc/adj] CU BO
of a single color (cloth or clothing ) de color entero [loc/adj] CU BO
very tight (article of clothing) al cohete [loc/adj] PE
wrinkled (article of clothing) hecho nabos [loc/adj] EC:S disused
wearing very tight clothing, due to being fat or robust hecho un trinquete [loc/adj] EC
become covered in small spots that look like the stains left by fleas (clothing) curtirse la ropa [loc/v] NI PR
wolf in sheep's clothing un lobo con piel de cordero
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo con piel de cordero
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo con piel de oveja
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo disfrazado de cordero
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo disfrazado de oveja
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo en piel de cordero
be a wolf in sheep's clothing ser un lobo en piel de cordero
a wolf in sheep's clothing un lobo con piel de cordero
a wolf in sheep's clothing un lobo disfrazado de cordero
a wolf in sheep's clothing un lobo en piel de oveja
Colloquial
with not many pieces of warm clothing put on (person) asisito [adv] EC
baggy clothing batahola [f] CU
flashy clothing cachina [f] EC:W
article of clothing made of wool or some other high quality material, longer than it is wide, used by women over their shoulders as an overcoat or as part of their outfit charlina [f] CL disused
mestiza person who wears an upper class style dress rather than traditional indigenous clothing locha [f] BO
person who wears pants rather than traditional indigenous clothing locha [f] BO:W delinq.
remove someone's clothing descuerar [v]
remove clothing or part of it from someone calatearse [v] PE
take off one's clothing to get more comfortable desensillarse [v] AR UY
remove someone's clothing deschingar [v] CR
take in a piece of clothing (especially pants or a skirt) chupar [v] BO
fall apart at the seams (article of clothing) estrallarse [v] CU
wear an article of clothing a lot cascotear [v] UY
go well together (articles of clothing) cuadrar [v] CO
strip of their clothing despilchar [v] CL AR
who wears artisanal clothing artesa [adj] CL
stretch (clothing) atrincado [adj] NI VE
with a plunging neckline (article of clothing) descotado [adj] EC
very short (articles of clothing) culingo [adj] EC:W
shorter than normal (article of clothing, especially pants) cuto (del náhuatl) [adj] EC:S rare
oversized (clothing) capapollera [adj] BO
sweaty (article of clothing) chivado [adj] AR
short (article of clothing) chingo [adj] GT HN NI CR PA
wearing loose fitting clothing guandajón [adj] MX
too short (article of clothing) cortón [adj] AR
a bundle or tied up clothing carried by travelers bagayo [m] AR UY CL
a bundle or tied up clothing carried by wanderers bagayo [m] AR
old, ripped, or dirty article of clothing chanchiro [m] CO:C disused
cutting of threads on clothing produced on an assembly line corte de hebra [m] HN
group of young people who share ideology, clothing, and behavior parche [m] CO child
person who wears artisanal clothing artesa [m/f] CL
clinging to the body (article of clothing) al cuete [loc/adj] PE
without a stitch of clothing como dios lo trajo al mundo
without a stitch of clothing tal como vino al mundo
without a stitch of clothing en carnes vivas
without a stitch of clothing en pelotas
without a stitch of clothing en pelota picada/viva
Phrases
without a stitch of clothing sin un rastro de ropa
wolf in sheep's clothing un lobo con piel de cordero
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo con piel de oveja
wolf in sheep's clothing lobo disfrazado de cordero
Proverbs
wolf in sheep's clothing será pato o gallareta PR
be a wolf in sheep's clothing será pato o gallareta PR
Slang
clothing button aspirina [f] SV jail
not wearing clothing from the waist down or completely naked a culo pelado [loc/adv] CR
Business
work clothing prendas de trabajo
work clothing ropa laboral
Safety
padded clothing prendas acolchadas [f/pl]
heat-proof clothing prendas antitérmicas [f/pl]
aseptic room clothing prendas asépticas [f/pl]
aseptic room clothing prendas esterilizadas [f/pl]
fireproof clothing prendas incombustibles [f/pl]
fireproof clothing prendas ignifugas [f/pl]
weatherproof clothing prendas impermeables [f/pl]
asbestos-free protective clothing prendas protectoras sin amianto [f/pl]
protective clothing prendas protectoras [f/pl]
antistatic protective clothing prendas protectoras antiestéticas [f/pl]
protective clothing against heat and fire prendas protectoras antitérmicas e ignifugas [f/pl]
luminous and coloured protective clothing prendas protectoras de colores vivos [f/pl]
disposable protective clothing prendas protectoras desechadles [f/pl]
protective clothing for cold-storage work prendas protectoras termoaislantes [f/pl]
welders’ protective clothing prendas protectoras para soldadores [f/pl]
workers' protective clothing prendas protectoras de trabajo [f/pl]
heat-protective clothing prendas termoaislantes [f/pl]
highly visible clothing prendas visibles a gran distancia [f/pl]
protective clothing for rescue services prendas protectoras para trabajos de salvamento [f/pl]
flameproof clothing prendas incombustibles [f/pl]
flameproof clothing prendas ignifugas [f/pl]
fireproof clothing prendas ignífugas
disposable protective clothing prendas protectoras desechables
laboratory clothing ropa de laboratorio
weatherproof clothing prendas impermeables
protective clothing prendas protectoras
padded clothing prendas acolchadas
industrial clothing ropa de trabajo
Work Safety Terms
heat-protective clothing ropa de protección contra el calor
heat-protective clothing vestido de protección contra el calor
protective clothing indumentaria protectora
flameproof protective clothing ropa ininflamable
acid-proof clothing traje antiácido
weather-protective clothing vestido contra la intemperie
safety clothing ropa protectora
loose clothing ropa suelta
loose clothing vestido flojo
loose clothing vestido flotante
flame-retardant protective clothing ropa de protección ignífuga
safety clothing vestido protector
heat-protective clothing ropa de protección térmica
protective clothing vestido de protección
weather-proof clothing vestido contra la intemperie
flameproof protective clothing vestido antillama
safety clothing indumentaria protectora
protective clothing ropa protectora
safety clothing vestido de protección
protective clothing vestido protector
Industry
whole body clothing vestimenta que cubra el cuerpo
Packaging
padded clothing acolchado [m]
Textile
card clothing guarnición de carda [f]
tight-fitting women's clothing licra (de lycra®) [f] SV
cotton skirt dyed with natural colors, part of the ceremonial clothing worn by shuar men itipí [m] EC
clothing industry industria de la confección
card clothing guarnición de carda
linen clothing ropa de hogar
clothing regulations reglamento de vestuario
clothing trade industria del vestido
clothing wool lana de carda
clothing store almacén de ropa
clothing item artículo de vestir
clothing parade revista de vestuario
Politics
clothing accessories designer diseñador de accesorios para prendas de vestir
national textile and clothing confederation of chile confederación nacional de textil y de vestuario de chile CL
national federation of textiles, clothing, and leather federación nacional de textil, vestido y cueros DO
Electricity
conductive clothing vestimenta conductora
insulating clothing ropa aislante
hand-foot-clothing radioactive contamination monitor monitor de contaminación de manos-pies-ropas
Electrics/Electronics
insulating clothing ropa aislante
Engineering
waterproof clothing impermeables [m]
conductive clothing vestimenta conductora de electricidad
protective clothing ropa de protección
chemical-resistant clothing ropa resistente a productos químicos
gas clothing traje antigás
safety clothing vestimenta de seguridad
clothing industry industria de la confección
single layer clothing ropa de una sola capa
flying clothing vestimenta de vuelo
clothing monitor monitor de ropa
Chemistry
protective clothing ropa protectora
Science
clothing industry industria de la confección
General Medicine
remove all clothing desnudar [v]
remove all clothing denudar [v]
Medicine
padded clothing padding [m]
protective clothing ropa de protección
protective clothing ropa protectora
adapted clothing ropa adaptada
Psychology
padded clothing relleno [m]
(clothing) size talle [m]
Nursing Terms
(clothing) size talla [f]
Laboratory
laboratory clothing ropa de laboratorio
Rehabilitation
choosing appropriate clothing elección de vestimenta adecuada
Construction
clothing plate chapa de envuelta del revestimiento calorífugo [f]
clothing plate chapa del revestimiento [f]
Technical
protective clothing prendas de protección
Mechanics
padded clothing guata [f]
Automotive
work clothing ropa de trabajo
Aeronautics
flight clothing traje de vuelo
flying clothing traje de vuelo
gas clothing traje antigás
military clothing sales store (mcss) tienda de vestuario militar
combat clothing vestimenta para el combate
flight clothing vestimenta para vuelos
flying clothing mono de vuelo
clothing regulations reglamento de uniformidad
fireproof clothing traje incombustible
fireproof clothing vestimenta ignifuga
clothing allowance dotación de vestuario
military clothing sales store tienda de vestuario militar
flameproof clothing vestimenta incombustible
flameproof clothing mono ignifugo
flight clothing mono de vuelo
clothing item artículo de vestir
Agriculture
chemical-resistant clothing ropa resistente a productos químicos
protective clothing ropa protectora
Botanic
clothing hair pelo tector
Environment
protective clothing ropa de protección
Energy
safety clothing vestimenta de seguridad
protective clothing (pc) vestuario de protección
protective clothing vestuario de protección
protective clothing traje protector
safety clothing traje protector
protective clothing (pc) prendas de protección
protective clothing ropas de protección
Industrial Hygiene
flame-retardant protective clothing ropa de protección ignífuga
Military
clothing (mufti) equipo [m]
protective clothing vestimenta protectora
clothing (mufti) ropa (f)
flying clothing mono de vuelo
flying clothing equipo de vuelo
clothing allowance dotación de vestuario
clothing (depot) (almacén de) vestuario
clothing and effects (depot) (almacén de) vestuario y enseres
clothing repair shop taller de reparación de vestuario
clothing, equipment and rations vestuario, equipo y subsistencias
footwear, clothing, and equipment calzado, vestuario y material
Folklore
traditional article of clothing used by some women as a skirt (wool cloth that covers from hip to ankle) chincuete tzintli, nalgas, y cueitl, falda) [m] MX
dancer who performs in a typical dance wearing 18th century spanish clothing corcovado [m] PE
folk dance where dancers dressed in typical clothing simulate a fight tincu [m] BO
folk dance where dancers dressed in typical clothing simulate a fight tinku [m] BO
traditional clothing worn by shuar indigenous women tarachi [m] EC
folk character from ecuador's central mountain range, that dances in the streets in a brightly colored clothing during certain religious festivals danzante [m/f] EC:C