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two-piece

Pronunciation: /ˈtuːpiːs/

Translation of two-piece in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [swimsuit] de dos piezas
    Example sentences
    • Our policy requires surgical team members to wear bouffant-style disposable hats and two-piece scrub suits.
    • The shop, which has been tapping into a revived Western fad for eastern clothes, sells glamorous traditional two-piece salwarkameez and sarees, mostly to white York women for evening wear, as well as jewellery and other accessories.
    • The bank was full of its usual wealthy clientele all of whom were, in large part, wearing fancy dresses or sharp, two-piece business suits.

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