Definition of 'mitten'
Example sentences containing 'mitten'
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With his ice-encrusted mitten, he covered his eyes, bowed his head, and listened with dread to the rising wind. THE BROKEN GOD (1990)She liked the feeling of his leather glove around her mitten. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1) (1990)
Trends of 'mitten'
Used Rarely. mitten is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'mitten'
British English: mitten /ˈmɪtn/ NOUN
Mittens are gloves which have one section that covers your thumb and another section that covers your four fingers together.
- American English: mitten
- Arabic: قَفَّازٌ بِدُونِ أَصَابِعٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mitene
- Chinese: 连指手套
- Croatian: rukavica
- Czech: palčák rukavice
- Danish: vante
- Dutch: want
- European Spanish: mitón
- Finnish: lapanen
- French: moufle
- German: Fausthandschuh
- Greek: γάντι χωρίς δάχτυλα
- Italian: muffola
- Japanese: ミトン
- Korean: 벙어리 장갑
- Norwegian: vott
- Polish: rękawica jednopalcowa
- European Portuguese: luva
- Romanian: mănușă
- Russian: варежка
- Spanish: mitón
- Swedish: vante
- Thai: ถุงมือแบบมีสี่นิ้วรวมกันแต่นิ้วโป้งแยกออก
- Turkish: parmaksız eldiven
- Ukrainian: мітенки
- Vietnamese: găng tay hở ngón
Definition of mitten from the Collins English Dictionary
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