Definición de salwar en inglés:

salwar

Saltos de línea: sal¦war
Pronunciación: /sʌlˈwɑː
 
/
(also shalwar)

sustantivo

A pair of light, loose, pleated trousers, usually tapering to a tight fit around the ankles, worn by women from South Asia typically with a kameez (the two together being a salwar kameez).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Nowadays, fashion conscious Asian men are adopting long flowing robes, jackets and dhotis or baggy kameezs and salwars, with a shawl thrown over the shoulder.
  • The standard clothing of men all over Pakistan is the salwar, loose baggy trousers, and kurta, a long shirtlike tunic.
  • For convenience and ease of use, most modern women opt for churidars and salwars, with matching dupattas to give them the stylish look.

Origen

from Persian and Urdu šalwār.

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