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off-the-rack
Pronunciation: /ˈɔːfðəˈræk/, /ˌɔfðəˈræk/

Translation of off-the-rack in Spanish:

adjective predicative off the rack

  • (American English)
    I buy my suits off the rack
    compro trajes de confección

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