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kilt
American English: /kɪlt/
British English: /kɪlt/

Translation of kilt in Spanish:

noun

  • falda (feminine) or (Southern Cone) pollera (feminine) escocesa
    Example sentences
    • The abstract elements of beadwork patterns play a key role in flagging difference - like the tartan kilts of Scottish clans.
    • The venerable Leith-based firm, best known for its Highland dress, kilts and tartans, boosted sales by around £4m from its pool of more than 80 menswear outlets in Japanese department stores last year.
    • In this way, the entire Scottish nation adopted the bogus Highland symbols of kilt and tartan.

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