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daks
American English: /dæks/
British English: /daks/

Translation of daks in Spanish:

plural noun

  • (Australia) (New Zealand) (Clothing)
    Example sentences
    • A third guy wandered in wearing an old pair of trackie daks (with a hole in one knee) and a tatty old jumper.
    • An old grey-haired but balding man approaches, wearing trackie daks.
    • A bronzed lifesaver in bright red pool daks and a goofy cap is an Australian icon, although they're starting to wear shorts a la Baywatch or bikepants lately.

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