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Translation of "pocket" - English-Spanish dictionary

pocket

noun /ˈpokit/
a small bag sewn into or on to clothes, for carrying things in bolsillo He stood with his hands in his pockets a coat pocket (also adjective) a pocket handkerchief, a pocket knife. a small bag attached to the corners and sides of a billiard-table etc to catch the balls tronera She’s going to pot the black in the middle pocket. a small isolated area or group bolsa a pocket of warm air. (a person’s) income or amount of money available for spending bolsillo a range of prices to suit every pocket. pocketful noun the amount contained by a pocket bolsillo lleno a pocketful of coins. pocketbook noun (American, old-fashioned) a wallet for holding papers. cartera, billetero pocket money noun money for personal use, especially a child’s regular allowance paga He gets $2 a week pocket money. pocket-size adjective ( pocket-sized) small enough to carry in one’s pocket de bolsillo a pocket-sized dictionary.
(Definition of pocket from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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