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ribbed
American English: /rɪbd/
British English: /rɪbd/

Translation of ribbed in Spanish:

adjective

  • (neck/sleeves)
    en punto elástico
    en resorte (Central America) (Colombia) (Mexico)
    (soles)
    ribbed vault
    bóveda (feminine) nervada or de crucería
    Example sentences
    • If ribbed sweaters suit you, then by all means, slip one on.
    • Made from polyamide, wool and mohair, this classic black cardigan features a ribbed neckline and subtle zipper closure.
    • She continued the theme to the end with her gold velvet belle époque bustier ribbed dress, combining the English theme and modern low-stress dressing with great aplomb.

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