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Translation of "petticoat" - English-Spanish dictionary

petticoat

noun /ˈpetikəut/
an underskirt enaguas, combinación a lace-trimmed petticoat.
Translations of “petticoat”
in Arabic تُنّورة تَحتِيّة…
in Korean 페티코트, 여성의 속치마…
in Malaysian kain dalam…
in French jupon…
in Turkish iç/astar eteklik, kombinezon…
in Italian sottoveste…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女式襯裙…
in Russian нижняя юбка…
in Polish halka…
in Vietnamese váy lót dài…
in Portuguese anágua, combinação…
in Thai กระโปรงชั้นใน…
in German der Petticoat…
in Catalan combinació, enagos…
in Japanese ペチコート(スカートやドレスの下に着ける)…
in Indonesian rok dalam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女式衬裙…
(Definition of petticoat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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