Spanish Word for shorts  

English Word: shorts

Spanish Word: los pantalones cortos, los calzoncillos
The Spanish Word for shorts
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Translated sentences containing 'shorts'
She wears shorts and a t-shirt
Ella viste pantalones cortos y una camiseta.

It is no business of the EU to tell workers that they cannot be bare-chested or wear shorts.
La UE no puede decir a los trabajadores que no pueden trabajar sin camiseta o en pantalón corto.
It is no business of the EU to tell workers that they cannot go bare-chested or wear shorts.
La UE no puede decir a los trabajadores que no pueden trabajar sin camiseta o en pantalón corto.
How can someone wearing shorts, who has no professional skill to his name, cope in minus thirty degrees and three metres of ice?
¿Cómo podrá desenvolverse alguien acostumbrado a ir en pantalón corto, sin ningún tipo de capacitación profesional, a treinta grados bajo cero en una capa de hielo de tres metros de espesor?
Firstly that we, unlike Mrs Schröder, are very much interested in 22 men running in shorts after a ball.
En primer lugar, que nosotros sí estamos interesados, en contra de la Sra. Ilka Schröder, en los 22 hombres en pantalones cortos que corren detrás de un balón.
Dismantling yards barely comply with health and environmental standards, and toxic substances such as asbestos are handled by people wearing shorts and sandals.
Los astilleros de desguace apenas cumplen las normas sanitarias y ambientales, y las sustancias tóxicas como el amianto son tratadas por personas en pantalones cortos y sandalias.
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