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percha

Translation of percha in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (persona, figura) See examples: ¡qué vestido más bonito! — no es el vestido, es la percha
    what a lovely dress! — it's not the dress, it's the person wearing it
    tiene muy buena percha, todo le queda bien
    she has a very good figure, everything looks good on her
Example sentences
  • El alambre de una percha metálica vendrá muy bien para este objeto.
  • Es probable y que usted se tope muy pronto con estas imágenes en las perchas de las tiendas de su barrio.
  • Una percha debe ponerse cerca de cada plato de comida.

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