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Spanish translation of “sleeve”

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sleeve

noun /sliːv/
the part of a garment that covers the arm
manga
He tore the sleeve of his jacket a dress with long/short sleeves.
(also record-sleeve) a stiff envelope for a gramophone record.
funda
something, eg a tubular part in a piece of machinery, that covers as a sleeve of a garment does the arm.
manguito
-sleeved suffix having (a certain kind of) sleeve(s)
con mangas
a long-sleeved dress.
sleeveless adjective without sleeves
sin mangas
a sleeveless dress.
have/keep (something) up one’s sleeve to keep (a plan etc) secret for possible use at a later time
guardarse una carta en la manga
I’m keeping this idea up my sleeve for the time being.
Translations of “sleeve”
in Korean 소매…
in Arabic كُمّ…
in French manche, pochette, chemise…
in Italian manica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服, 袖子…
in Russian рукав…
in Turkish yen, elbise kolu…
in Polish rękaw…
in Portuguese manga…
in German der Ärmel, die Schallplattenhülle, die Buchse…
in Catalan màniga…
in Japanese 袖, たもと…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服, 袖子…
(Definition of sleeve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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