Translation of ropa in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- clothes (plural) quítate la ropa, está mojada take off your clothes, they're wet voy a cambiarme de ropa I'm going to get changed, I'm going to change (my clothes) me pillas en ropa de andar por casa you've caught me in my scruffy clothes la canasta de la ropa sucia the dirty laundry basket ropa usada secondhand clothes echa aquí toda la ropa sucia que tengas if you have any laundry o (dirty) washing o anything that needs washing, put it here tengo un montón de ropa para planchar I've got a stack of ironing to do lo echaron al agua con la ropa puesta they threw him in the water fully clothed o/or with all his clothes on me compro la ropa hecha I buy ready-to-wear clothes, I buy my clothes off the peg (inglés británico/British English) iba ligera de ropa(s) she was scantily dressed o/or clad a quema ropa verquemarropa hay ropa tendida [familiar/colloquial] walls have ears nadar y guardar la ropa [familiar/colloquial] to hedge one's bets la ropa sucia se lava en casa one shouldn't wash one's dirty linen in public
ropa de baño
- (Perú/Peru) (de mujer) swimming o/or bathing costume, swimsuit; (de hombre) swimming o/or bathing trunks (plural)
ropa de calle
ropa de cama
ropa de mesa
ropa de sport
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