plural noun/nombre plural[Clothing/Indumentaria]
- 1.1 (for ballet etc) malla(s) (feminine (plural)), leotardo(s) (masculine (plural))More example sentences1.2 (British English/inglés británico) pantyhose
- Whether in tights or bare-legged, a dancer expects his body to be scrutinized.
- There are some male dancers for whom tights, you feel, are a perk of the job.
- The ballet opens with a short solo for Nikolaj Hübbe, clothed in a white shirt and tights.
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