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gharara

Line breaks: gha|rara
Pronunciation: /ɡʌˈrɑːrə
 
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Definition of gharara in English:

noun

A pair of loose trousers with pleats below the knee, worn by women from South Asia, typically with a kameez.
Example sentences
  • Suraj Collection has exciting fashions for fall from funky pant suits to ghararas to elegant sarees and lehngas.
  • Now Samee is finally free to sell her gorgeous lehenga-cholis, ghararas, salwar kameezs and capris in Delhi.
  • A few interesting outfits like kurtas and ghararas or flowy shararas not only look good but also add style to your trousseau.

Origin

from Persian garāra 'trousers, large sack'.

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