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skirt

noun [C]  us   /ˈskɜrt/

skirt noun [C] (CLOTHING)

a piece of women’s clothing that hangs from the waist and does not have material between the legs, or the part of a dress below the waist: She looked good in a skirt and blouse.

skirt

verb [T]  us   /ˈskɜrt/

skirt verb [T] (GO AROUND)

to go around or move along the edge of something: We were skirting the highways and taking the back roads.
Translations of “skirt”
in Arabic تَنّورة…
in Korean 스커트…
in Malaysian skirt…
in French jupe…
in Turkish etek…
in Italian gonna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女裙,半身裙, (保護機器的)外罩,護板…
in Russian юбка…
in Polish spódnica…
in Vietnamese váy, áo đầm của phụ nữ, vạt áo…
in Spanish falda…
in Portuguese saia…
in Thai กระโปรง, ชายเสื้อ…
in German der Rock…
in Catalan faldilla…
in Japanese スカート…
in Indonesian rok, bagian bawah gaun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女裙,半身裙, (保护机器的)外罩,挡板…
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