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glove
American English: /ɡləv/
British English: /ɡlʌv/

Translation of glove in Spanish:

noun

  • a pair of gloves
    un par de guantes
    the gloves are off
    se acabaron las contemplaciones
    with the gloves off
    sin miramientos or contemplaciones
    to fit like a glove
    quedar como un guante
    the dress fits you like a glove
    el vestido te queda como un guante
    to handle o treat somebody with kid gloves
    tratar a alguien con guantes de seda or (in Southern Cone also) con guante blanco
    Example sentences
    • Using it with cold fingers in thick gloves, I found it rather fiddly.
    • Problem is I neglected to buy rubber gloves so my fingers are all tingly and I have the cleanest nails known to mankind.
    • His nose was freezing, and the cold was penetrating his gloves, working into his fingers.

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