- 1 uncountable/no numerable (fabric) tela (feminine) vaquera or de jeans, mezclilla (feminine) (Chile) (Mexico/México) ; (before noun/delante del nombre) [jacket/skirt] vaquero, tejano (Spain/España) , de mezclilla (Chile) (Mexico/México)More example sentences
- He was wearing a pair of dark navy blue denim jeans, and a grey dress shirt that exactly matched the stormy shade of his eyes.
- She was wearing blue jeans, denim jacket, dark brown wig and was carrying a sports bag.
- He was wearing a blue jacket with white piping, blue denim jeans and either blue or black and white trainers.
- 2(denims plural)[colloquial/familiar] 2.1 (jeans) vaqueros (masculine plural), jeans (masculine plural), tejanos (masculine plural), bluyines (masculine plural) (Andes) , pantalones (masculine plural) de mezclilla (Mexico/México) 2.2 (overalls) (American English/inglés norteamericano) pantalón (masculine) de peto, mono (masculine), overol (masculine) (Latin America/América Latina)More example sentences
- Everybody noticed at school that her style had changed from baggy old jeans to denims and her shirts weren't as tight and small as they had once been.
- He was in his early twenties, dressed in denims and a lumberjack shirt.
- The blonde boy looked just as stunning as he believed when he entered the community lounge clad in a halfway unbuttoned, black satin shirt with silver buttons, skin-tight black denims and dark suede boots.
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