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jeans

Pronunciation: /dʒiːnz/

Translation of jeans in Spanish:

plural noun/nombre plural

  • vaqueros (masculine plural), jeans (masculine plural), tejanos (masculine plural), bluyines (masculine plural) (Andes) , pantalones (masculine plural) de mezclilla (Mexico/México) a pair of jeans unos (pantalones) vaqueros, unos jeans, unos tejanos, unos bluyines (Andes) , unos pantalones de mezclilla (Mexico/México)
    Example sentences
    • The weather had taken a chilly turn overnight so I grabbed my heavy jean jacket and backpack and was out the door.
    • A crowd pleaser was the dark denim jean skirt with pink pockets, paired with a pink tank top.
    • Jean skirts, jean jackets, and all lengths and styles of jeans can give your wardrobe great variety!

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