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one-piece
American English: /ˈˌwən ˈˌpis/

Translation of one-piece in Spanish:

adjective

  • (swimsuit)
    (sleeve/design)
    de una sola pieza
    Example sentences
    • As Lucia strode to her locker she passed a group of three girls slipping into their dark blue one-piece swimsuits.
    • The robe gapped open at the neck to reveal a bright yellow one-piece swimsuit.
    • Kathrine wore a purple one-piece swimsuit which she was not afraid to wear.

noun

  • (British English)
    traje (masculine) de baño or (in Spain also) bañador (masculine) entero

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