plural noun/nombre plural
- 1.1 (workman's) overol (masculine), mono (masculine) (Spain/España) ; (fashion) pantalón (masculine) de peto, peto (masculine) (Spain/España) , mameluco (masculine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur)More example sentences1.2 (American English/inglés norteamericano) (jeans) vaqueros (masculine plural), jeans (masculine plural)
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- I can still see John walking home wearing his dungarees and his lunchbag strapped across his shoulder.
- Three or four years ago the complaint was that the only maternity clothes in existence were dungarees and black trousers.
- She would pick him up by the straps of her dungarees and sniff his breath.
- The business grew and they got into men's ready-to-wear and, in the 1960s, added such stylish items as dungarees during the denim revolution.
- I think I may have worn a pair of the double-knee dungarees for six or seven hundred days straight.
- On this school day, Matt was wearing dungarees and a cute baseball cap, the hat perfectly shading his blue eyes.
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