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kilt

noun [C] uk   /kɪlt/ us  
a skirt with many folds, made from tartan cloth and traditionally worn by Scottish men and boys
Translations of “kilt”
in Spanish falda escocesa…
in French kilt…
in German der Kilt…
in Chinese (Traditional) (蘇格蘭男子穿的)褶襉短裙…
in Russian килт…
in Turkish İskoçya'da erkeklerin giydiği etek, kilt, İskoç eteği…
in Chinese (Simplified) (苏格兰男子穿的)格呢褶裙…
in Polish kilt, spódnica szkocka…
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