Translation of drainpipe in Spanish:

drainpipe

Pronunciation: /ˈdreɪnpaɪp/

n

  • tubo (m) or caño (m) del desagüe, bajante (f) (before noun/delante del nombre) drainpipe trousers (British English/inglés británico) pantalones (masculine plural) pitillo
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    • It could be that your drainpipe trousers weren't quite narrow enough, you didn't have the current cool brand of shoes or you hadn't bought the last big thing pop record.
    • I have on a pair of very tight drainpipe trousers, shirt and skinny tie, and a jacket whose thin lapels are partly hidden by a row of tiny badges featuring the names of punk bands.
    • I was still in grey flannel shorts, and I'd see all these wonderful-looking women and all these guys with sunglasses and drainpipe trousers.

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