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American English: /ˈʃipˌskɪn/
British English: /ˈʃiːpskɪn/

Translation of sheepskin in Spanish:


  • 1 1.1 countable or uncountable (skin)
    piel (feminine) de borrego or de cordero
    corderito (masculine) (River Plate area)
    sheepskin-lined gloves
    guantes (masculine plural) forrados de piel de borrego or de cordero
    1.2 countable (garment)
    abrigo (masculine) de piel de borrego or de cordero
    gamulán® (masculine) (River Plate area)
    Example sentences
    • In several he looked like a 1970s football manager in his white panama hat and a sheepskin coat.
    • Faux fur is everywhere for autumn, nestling comfortably alongside leather, suede and sheepskin on the rails.
    • White, cream and wintry pale beige hues in conjunction with sheepskin, polar skin, shaggy furs and plenty of quilts conjure up polar expedition gear.

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