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Sens de "attire" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 26 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
attire vestir [v]
attire atuendo [m]
General
attire vestimenta [f]
attire apostura [f] disused
attire atavío [m]
attire atruendo [m] disused
attire atuendo [m]
attire prensa [f] GT HN SV
attire ataviar [v]
attire atavío [m]
attire vestido [m]
attire traje [m]
attire ropa [f]
attire compostura [f]
attire ropa [f]
attire engalanar [v]
attire adornar [v]
attire componer [v]
attire asear [v]
attire adorno [m]
Phrasals
attire vestirse con mucha elegancia [v]
attire emperejilarse [v]
attire emperifollarse [v]
attire vestirse de etiqueta [v]
Botanic
attire ropaje [m]
Firearms
attire astas de ciervo [f]

Sens de "attire" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 21 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
government chamber related to palace attire cámara de los paños [f]
elegant attire apitucada [f] CL
person dressed in typical panamanian attire empollerada [f] PA
coin purse for the traditional panamanian attire realera [f] PA rur.
change into fatigues or military attire (army) corregirse [v] HN
bride's wedding attire ajuar [m] MX
business attire ropa de negocios
garb (clothes, esp the distinctive attire of an occupation or profession) vestido [m]
toilet (dress; attire; costume) vestido [m]
wardrobe (clothes, outfit, apparel, clobber (Brit. slang), attire, collection of clothes) vestido [m]
black slave dressed in traditional african attire dancing in the street on three kings' day diablito [m] CU
Idioms
wearing disheveled or inappropriate attire en fachas [adv] MX NI CR PA PE BO
dress in full mourning attire cerrarse de negro [v] PA PR
in civilian attire a de yuca [adj] DO
Colloquial
dressed in attractive attire fachoso [adj] EC:S PE AR
ridiculous attire adefesio [m]
young man who is characterized by his quirky and flashy attire and his vain and quarrelsome behavior camaján [m] CO:W rare
long-sleeved woman's attire used for different popular dances cotón (inglés) [m] PE
Textile
indigenous man's attire including an embroidered shirt and short pants montuno [m] PA
Archaic
raiment (attire; clothing; garments) vestido [m]
raiment (attire; clothing; garments) traje [m]