Italian translation of 'leotard'
Example Sentences Including 'leotard'
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He loves to dance in a green ballet leotard.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He wore a pink leotard, a white swimming cap and a pink snorkel.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
If he happens to wear an outlandish red leotard from time to time it is to show solidarity with textile workers.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Then she wanted to wear her old leotard, the one that's too small for her.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Wearing a lurid pink leotard, the bar is held at head height for him to easily dance under.The Sun (2013)
I am wearing a fetching pink leotard with a lightning bolt on it.The Sun (2016)
Some had dressed the part; one woman was wearing a leotard.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'leotard'
Used Rarely. leotard is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'leotard' in Other Languages
British English: leotard /ˈlɪəˌtɑːd/ NOUN
A leotard is a tight-fitting piece of clothing, covering the body but not the legs, that some people wear when they practise dancing or do exercise.
- American English: leotard
- Arabic: ثَوْبُ الرَّاقِصُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: colan
- Chinese: 紧身衣
- Croatian: baletni triko
- Czech: trikot
- Danish: trikot
- Dutch: balletpakje
- European Spanish: leotardo
- Finnish: voimistelupuku
- French: justaucorps
- German: Gymnastikanzug
- Greek: ολόσωμη φόρμα-καλσόν
- Italian: body
- Japanese: レオタード
- Korean: 레오타드
- Norwegian: gymdrakt
- Polish: trykot
- European Portuguese: fato de dança em malha
- Romanian: costum mulat dintr-o singură piesă
- Russian: трико
- Latin American Spanish: malla
- Swedish: gymnastikdräkt
- Thai: เสื้อชุดติดกันแนบเนื้อ
- Turkish: leotard
- Ukrainian: трико
- Vietnamese: quần áo nịt
Translation of leotard from the Collins English to Italian
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