Translation of garb in Spanish:

garb

Pronunciation: /gɑːrb; gɑːb/

n

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  • [liter or hum] atuendo (m) [liter o hum], vestimenta (f)
    More example sentences
    • Whereas the figures in his earlier works wore either nondescript clothing or costumelike garb, those in his later works are urban and fashionable.
    • He wore a loose brown garb with billowing sleeves to allow the cool air in.
    • He in particular is singled out in the painting by his broad brimmed hat, distinctive garb, and masterful gesture.

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