Definition of 'dungarees'
Example sentences containing 'dungarees'
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They can then both wear the dungarees. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Do grown men look good in dungarees? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Apparently they have triggered a surge in the sale of denim dungarees. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was flamboyant on the track, outspoken off it, and instantly recognisable in his familiar farming dungarees which he always raced in. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Trends of 'dungarees'
Used Rarely. dungarees is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'dungarees'
British English: dungarees /ˌdʌŋɡəˈriːz/ NOUN
Dungarees are a one-piece garment consisting of trousers, a piece of cloth which covers your chest, and straps which go over your shoulders.
- American English: dungarees
- Arabic: مَلَابِسٌ قُطْنِيَّةٌ خَشِنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: macacão
- Chinese: 粗布工作服
- Croatian: kombinezon
- Czech: montérky
- Danish: overalls
- Dutch: tuinbroek
- European Spanish: peto
- Finnish: haalarit haalarihousut
- French: salopette
- German: Latzhose
- Greek: φόρμα εργασίας
- Italian: salopette
- Japanese: ダンガリーのオーバーオール
- Korean: 멜빵 작업복
- Norwegian: dongeribukser
- Polish: spodnie ogrodniczki
- European Portuguese: jardineiras
- Romanian: salopetă
- Russian: комбинезон
- Spanish: peto
- Swedish: snickarbyxor
- Thai: เสื้อผ้าชุดทำงาน
- Turkish: askılı pantolon
- Ukrainian: комбінезон
- Vietnamese: quần yếm
Definition of dungarees from the Collins English Dictionary
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