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Translation of "stocking" - English-Spanish dictionary

stocking

noun   /ˈstɒk·ɪŋ/
a very thin piece of clothing that covers a woman’s foot and leg media a pair of stockings
(Definition of stocking from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stocking

noun /ˈstokiŋ/
one of a pair of close-fitting coverings for the legs and feet, reaching to or above the knee media a pair of stockings.
(Definition of stocking from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “stocking”
in Korean 스타킹…
in Arabic جَوْرَب…
in Malaysian stokin…
in French bas…
in Russian чулок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長筒襪…
in Italian calza…
in Turkish ince çorap…
in Polish pończocha…
in Vietnamese bít tất dài…
in Portuguese meia-calça…
in Thai ถุงเท้ายาว…
in German der Strumpf…
in Catalan mitja…
in Japanese ストッキング…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长筒袜…
in Indonesian kaus kaki panjang…
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