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blazer
American English: /ˈbleɪzər/
British English: /ˈbleɪzə/

Translation of blazer in Spanish:

noun

  • blazier (masculine) (Spain)
    Example sentences
    • He was wearing a white shirt, school tie, grey pants and a blue blazer with their school emblem on it.
    • There are newbies in perfect, crisp school uniforms, blazers and everything.
    • Townsend said Prince William talked to the boys about rugby and rowing after noticing the sports badges on their blazers.

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