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mannequin
American English: /ˈmænəkən/
British English: /ˈmanɪkɪn/

Translation of mannequin in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (dummy)
    Example sentences
    • Once I was able to sift through, I found I was surrounded by mannequins displaying the newest Berliner collection.
    • Never mind the clothes - you need only look at the mannequins in shop windows to feel obese.
    • What is striking in these Renaissance representations, and in the mannequins displayed outside, is the Venetian aristocracy's preference for dressing their African servants in lavish courtly attire.
  • 2 (fashion model)
    Example sentences
    • Driven by the powerful grey consumer, modelling agencies with elderly mannequins are proliferating, and supermodels are making way for silver-haired ones as the advertising industry becomes attuned to the aging reality.
    • There was moving art in the form of mannequins modeling Megan Waterman's fashion creations.
    • She is what is known in the fashion industry as a fit model or live mannequin.

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