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Spanish translation of “jacket”

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jacket

noun /ˈdʒӕkit/
a short coat
chaqueta
He wore brown trousers and a blue jacket.
a covering, especially a loose paper cover for a book
sobrecubierta
I like the design on this (book) jacket.
jacket potato noun (British ) a potato baked with its skin on; baked potato
papa asada
a jacket potato served with baked beans.
Translations of “jacket”
in Korean 자켓…
in Arabic سُتْرة…
in French veston, jaquette…
in Italian giacca, giubbotto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服, 短上衣, 夾克…
in Russian куртка, пиджак…
in Turkish ceket…
in Polish kurtka, marynarka…
in Portuguese paletó, jaqueta…
in German die Jacke, der Umschlag…
in Catalan jaqueta…
in Japanese ジャケット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服, 短上衣, 夹克…
(Definition of jacket from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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