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baggy
American English: /ˈbæɡi/
British English: /ˈbaɡi/

Translation of baggy in Spanish:

adjective -gier, -giest

  • (sweater/coat/trousers)
    they're a bit baggy at the knees
    hacen bolsas en las rodillas
    Example sentences
    • She changed into a pair of loose pants and a baggy shirt, perfect for hiding her feminity, little proof though there was.
    • Their Kalashnikovs lean against the wall of their hut and the warm evening breeze catches in their traditional baggy trousers and loose, belted shirts.
    • She'd usually hidden that with a loose shirt or a baggy sweater.

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