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Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtfɪt/

Translation of outfit in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (clothes) conjunto (masculine), tenida (feminine) (Chile) a Cinderella outfit un disfraz de Cenicienta
    Example sentences
    • There were lab coats, Vegas showgirl outfits, long gowns with full skirts, vampire costumes, and flapper dresses.
    • The trick is to keep some of your older clothes (the articles that you love), and revamp those outfits with the new clothes of this season.
    • They were also able to expand their clothing line to include denim outfits, sweatshirts, outerwear, and accessories.
    1.2 (equipment) equipo (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • And I was able to splash out on a whole new outfit of expensive camera equipment.
    • It's an outfit that doesn't just repair your gear, but improves it.
    • It can be subdivided to create custom compartments for the ideal organization of tools, sets, kits and outfits.
    1.3 (organization, unit) [colloquial/familiar] they're a well-disciplined outfit son un equipo disciplinado they've set up a small electronics outfit han montado un pequeño negocio de electrónica
    Example sentences
    • They pointed out that arrest of the militant, who was willing to surrender, could have led to vital clues regarding the activities of the militant outfits.
    • Two of the region's finest vocal outfits team up next Thursday for a dream billing.
    • Likewise many other villagers who were innocent and have nothing to do with any activities of any banned outfits were booked.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-tt-)

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