Translation of wraparound in Spanish:

wraparound

Pronunciation: /ˈræpəraʊnd/

adj

  • [skirt/dress] cruzado
    More example sentences
    • She is wearing a ridiculously revealing wrap-over skirt, and he is carrying a vast number of books.
    • The range includes silver Puffa jackets, plastic buckle wrap-around skirts, luminous vest tops and fleece trousers.
    • ‘Zen sport’ confronts us with asymmetrical wrap-over forms and kimono cuts in shiny jersey or quilted matelasse.

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