kilted


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kilt

 (kĭlt)
n.
1. A knee-length skirt with deep pleats, usually of a tartan wool, worn as part of the dress for men in the Scottish Highlands.
2. A similar skirt worn by women, girls, and boys.
tr.v. kilt·ed, kilt·ing, kilts
To tuck up (something) around the body.

[From kilt, to tuck up, from Middle English kilten, of Scandinavian origin.]
Translations

kilted

[ˈkɪltɪd] ADJ [man] → vestido con falda escocesa
kilted skirtfalda f escocesa

kilted

[ˈkɪltɪd] adj (man) → in kilt
a kilted skirt → un kilt m inv
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