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gaiters

Pronunciation: /ˈgeɪtərz; ˈgeɪtəz/

Translation of gaiters in Spanish:

plural noun/nombre plural

  • polainas (feminine plural) a pair of gaiters unas polainas
    Example sentences
    • The tails of his black cloth coat were pinned up behind to keep them from rubbing; he had on a pair of moleskin trousers and leather gaiters, and in his hand he carried a little whip of rhinoceros hide.
    • Anyone planning to go on this walk should think seriously about wearing long trousers or protective gaiters because the hillsides in this part of Mount Mee State Forest have a waist-high covering of a spiky shrub called bitter pea.
    • The men wear an oddly Victorian combination of stylized frock coats and gaiters, seemingly Gaultier-influenced.

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