Spanish Word for sweater  

English Word: sweater

Spanish Word: el suéter
The Spanish Word for sweater
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In the winter I dress my little dog in a sweater.
En invierno le pongo suéter a mi perrito.
You would have bought more thread for the sweater.
Tú hubieses comprado más hilo para el suéter.
Juana knits a sweater for her brother.
Juana teje un suéter a su hermano. -un suéter
You have my sweater.
Tú tienes mi suéter.
I put the yellow sweater in the chest of drawers and I sent the blue one to the cleaner's.
Puse el suéter amarillo en la cómoda y mandé el azul a la tintoreria.
Sofía has received a new sweater.
Sofía ha recibido un suéter nuevo.
Juana knits a sweater for her brother. Juan knits him a sweater.
Juana teje un suéter a su hermano. Juana le teje un suéter.
She is knitting a sweater for the boy. She is knitting him a sweater.
Ella está tejiendo un suéter al niño. Ella le está tejiendo un suéter.
I always wear a wool sweater.
Siempre uso un suéter de lana.
Your sweater is light blue.
Tu jersey es celeste.
Have you got a black sweater, size 36?
¿Tiene un suéter negro de talla treinta y seis?
This sweater cost me less than twenty dollars.
Este sueter me costó menos de veinte dólares.

The sweater that I am wearing today is 30 years old.
El jersey que llevo hoy tiene 30 años.
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