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How do you say sweater in Mexico?
- suéter masculine.
- pulóver masculine.
- jersey masculine Spain.
- buzo masculine Uruguay.
- chompa feminine Peru.
- chomba feminine Chile.
What do people in Spain call a sweater?
“Suéter cárdigan” or “Cárdigan” The word “Sweater” is used is Spanish as in English as well.
How do you say shirt in Spanish for a girl?
- votes. Welcome to SpanishDict. Usually a woman’s shirt is called a blouse. In that case you could use “la blusa.” posted by rac1.
- vote. Another word for T shirt – “playera”. posted by Noetol. Yes, and “remera” in Mexico. – rac1, JUN 10, 2014.
- vote. You could also say, la falda. posted by Samic.
What does Monty mean in Spanish?
(informal) [ˈmɒntɪ ] the full monty todo completo ⧫ el paquete or lote completo (inf)
What is a sweater called in Argentina?
Ways in which Argentinian Spanish differs from Peninsular Spanish
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How do you say t shirt in Peruvian?
Over in Bolivia and Chile, they will call it Polera. Then in Peru, it is known as Polo. On the island of Cuba, it is called Pulóver. Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay use the word Remera.
How do you say sweater in Peru?
Chompa – Sweater , or alpaca fur, since they are super warm and soft and typically offered at a cheap price from the local market.
How do you spell pant in Spanish?
pants plural noun pantalón, pantalones; (británico) ropa interior (bragas, calzoncillos, etc.)
Is blouse masculine or feminine in Spanish?
Like many things in the Spanish language, Spanish articles have either a masculine or a feminine gender that must match the masculine or feminine gender of the Spanish nouns you pair them with. (For example, you say la blusa (lah bvlooh-sah) (the blouse) but el vestido (ehl bvehs-tee-doh) (the dress).
Are the months in Spanish masculine or feminine?
Months of the year in Spanish are always masculine.
Is Monty a Spanish name?
Italian (Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna), Spanish, Portuguese, and Jewish (from Italy): topographic name for someone who lived on or near a mountain, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese monte (Latin mons, genitive montis). Italian and Jewish (from Italy): habitational name from any of the places named with Monte or Monti.
How do you say Tshirt in Mexico?
In Venezuela, they use the name Franela for T-Shirt. In Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico they will call it Franela. Over in Bolivia and Chile, they will call it Polera.