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American English: /dʒinz/
British English: /dʒiːnz/

Translation of jeans in Spanish:

plural noun

  • vaqueros (masculine plural)
    tejanos (masculine plural)
    bluyines (masculine plural) (Andes)
    a pair of jeans
    unos (pantalones) vaqueros
    unos jeans
    unos tejanos
    unos bluyines (Andes)
    unos pantalones de mezclilla (Mexico)
    Example sentences
    • She was wearing blue denim jeans and a jacket, a long jumper and a small yellow metal ring decorated with bows.
    • He was wearing blue denim jeans, a white shirt with blue stripes in a criss-cross pattern.
    • Liz was wearing the new jeans, boots and denim blouse she had got at Christmas.

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