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skintight
American English: /ˈskɪntaɪt/
British English: /skɪnˈtʌɪt/

Translation of skintight in Spanish:

adjective

  • muy ceñido
    muy ajustado
    Example sentences
    • He was wearing another skintight shirt with red jeans, this time accessorized with purple hued sunglasses.
    • On his upper body he wore a black, long sleeve, skintight shirt, and in his right hand he held a rapier.
    • A white man stepped through the door, wearing a black skintight suit and carrying an M4 assault carbine.

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