Translation of stocking in Spanish:

stocking

Pronunciation: /ˈstɑːkɪŋ; ˈstɒkɪŋ/

n

  • media (f) a pair of stockings un par de medias, unas medias (before n) stocking cap (AmE) gorro tejido largo con pompón en la punta the robbers were wearing stocking masks los ladrones llevaban el rostro cubierto con medias
    More example sentences
    • The delicate cycle, which uses a slower and gentler spin intensity, is for laundering lingerie, stockings and other garments that are normally handwashed.
    • She was dressed in a suspender belt, stockings and wearing rubber gloves which he liked.
    • She was by no means a classic beauty but was eager to enhance her allure with her power suits and slightly risqué conversation, which included the revelation that she wore stockings and suspender belt.

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