Definição de 'sleeve'

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She tugged sharply on his sleeve to get his attention, then gestured to the tin. MacNeill, Alastair THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2002)He sat back exhausted with one wrist still stuck in a sleeve 's gullet. Robert Wilson BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)Hillsden fingered the newspapers in the way a blind man touches the sleeve of a long-lost friend. Forbes, Bryan THE ENDLESS GAME (2002)He slipped it into its plastic sleeve, then tucked the wallet in his back pocket. Karin Slaughter BLINDSIGHTED (2002)

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parts of clothing

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Traduções de sleeve

Inglês Britânico: sleeve /sliːv/ NOUN
The sleeves of a coat, shirt, or other item of clothing are the parts that cover your arms.
...a shirt with long sleeves.
  • Inglês Americano: sleeve
  • Árabe: كِمّ
  • Português Brasileiro: manga roupa
  • Chinês: 衣袖
  • Croata: rukav
  • Tcheco: rukáv
  • Dinamarquês: ærme
  • Holandês: mouw
  • Espanhol Europeu: manga
  • Finlandês: hiha
  • Francês: manche
  • Alemão: Ärmel
  • Grego: μανίκι
  • Italiano: manica
  • Japonês:
  • Coreano: 소매
  • Norueguês: erme
  • Polonês: rękaw
  • Português Europeu: manga roupa
  • Romeno: mânecă
  • Russo: рукав
  • Espanhol: manga
  • Sueco: ärm
  • Tailandês: แขนเสื้อ
  • Turco: kol ağzı
  • Ucraniano: рукав
  • Vietnamita: tay áo


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