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Translation of "pinafore" - English-Spanish dictionary

pinafore

noun   /ˈpɪn.ə.fɔːr/ UK
( informal pinny) a piece of clothing worn by women over the front of other clothes to keep them clean while cooking or doing other work in the house delantal 828
( US jumper) a dress that does not cover the arms and is usually worn over another piece of clothing that does cover the arms jumper, pichi 817
(Definition of pinafore from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pinafore

noun /ˈpinəfoː/
a kind of apron covering the clothes above and below the waist delantal The children wore pinafores at nursery school.
(also pinafore dress) a kind of dress with no sleeves, designed to be worn over a blouse, sweater etc ; jumper(American) pichi
(Definition of pinafore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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