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American English: /ˈwɛskət/
, /ˈweɪs(t)ˌkoʊt/
British English: /ˈweɪs(t)kəʊt/
, /ˈwɛskɪt/

Translation of waistcoat in Spanish:


  • (especially British English)
    (before noun) waistcoat pocket
    bolsillo (masculine) del chaleco
    Example sentences
    • The shirt and the leather waistcoat I'm wearing are what I had on when the crash happened.
    • The second man had black hair, and wore a waistcoat over a white shirt.
    • He dresses in immaculately pressed shalwar kameez and waistcoat - sheer Afghan chic.

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