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tweedy
American English: /ˈtwidi/
British English: /ˈtwiːdi/

Translation of tweedy in Spanish:

adjective tweedier, tweediest

  • de apariencia de tweed
    the tweedy set
    la clase alta rural
    Example sentences
    • This season, a floaty chiffon knee-length skirt paired with a Fair Isle sweater or a tweedy jacket will look extremely hip.
    • She had a black floral scarf wrapped around her head, a tan, tweedy skirt, and a purple sweater made of cheap, static material.
    • Never wear a matching two-piece tweed suit, but break it up by putting on a pair of baggy, mannish trousers or jeans with a pretty, shrunken, tweedy jacket.
    Example sentences
    • Has it got anything to do with fishing being a rural, quarry sport, too closely associated, often erroneously, with tweedy people who shoot things?
    • No longer will some red-faced tweedy type, shotgun under the arm, be likely to block their path and order them: ‘Get orf my land!’
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