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nightclothes
American English: /ˈnaɪtˌkloʊðz/
British English: /ˈnʌɪtkləʊðz/

Translation of nightclothes in Spanish:

plural noun

  • ropa (feminine) de dormir
    Example sentences
    • She quickly changed from her nightclothes into the clothes in the bundle, tucking her trousers into her tie up, saddle boots and her shirt into her trousers.
    • The three blushed, and headed to the living room, where, upon a little digging they unearthed soap, nightclothes, undergarments, and books.
    • She was dressed for bed, wearing a green dressing gown over her nightclothes.

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