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Translation of "robe" - English-Spanish dictionary

robe

noun   /roʊb/
a piece of clothing like a long coat that you wear at home when you are not dressed bata
a long, loose piece of clothing that covers most of the body túnica
(Definition of robe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

robe

noun /rəub/
(often in plural) a long, loose piece of clothing manto Many Arabs still wear robes a baby’s christening robe.
(usually in plural ) a long, loose piece of clothing worn as a sign of a person’s rank eg on official occasions toga a judge’s robes.
(especially American) a loose garment worn casually; a dressing-gown bata; albornoz She wore a robe over her nightdress a bath-robe a beach-robe.
robed adjective
wearing robes vestido (de largo) judges robed in black.
(Definition of robe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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