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disfraz inglés:

1. costume costume


the bright colours of costumes
Your costume is the best of the party.
I had to go home and work on my costume.
Put on your costume and let's go swimming.
I've thought of a brilliant costume for Halloween this year.
You must have a costume if you want to join this party.
I bought funny pirate costume yesterday.
Goths often wear black costumes.
He was back on stage in the third act after another costume change
She was all the more beautiful dressed in her wedding costume.
This style of costume originated in Paris.
She is going to have another blouse made to go with her costume.

Inglés palabradisfraz"(costume) ocurre en conjuntos:

Vocabulario de Halloween en inglés
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2. guise's guise's



Inglés palabradisfraz"(guise's) ocurre en conjuntos:

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3. fancy dress fancy dress


I like wearing my fancy dresses. Superman costume is my favourite one.
Peter's fancy dress is so funny.

4. disguise disguise


Crown witnesses often have to disguise their true identity.
I have to disguise my accent.
He approached her in the disguise of a policewoman.
in disguise
She couldn't disguise the fact that she felt uncomfortable.
If you disguise yourself, they won't be able to tell.
Although Bob was in disguise, I recognized him at a glance.
Can't you just picture Ed in woman's disguise?
his bizzare disguise drew stares from fellow shoppers
... is a blessing in disguise, because it woke us...
He put on a large hat and glasses as a disguise and hoped no one would recognize him.
these events involve the heroes wearing disguises at some point, pretending to be someone diffrent, and further silly misunderstandings that result in terrible mess
She usually goes out in disguise to avoid being bothered by the public.
You're not going to fool anyone by wearing that disguise. We can tell it's you!
You can't seriously expect that they won't recognize you in that disguise. That lopsided, dime store moustache is a dead giveaway!

Inglés palabradisfraz"(disguise) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "John Ward, Preacher" (Margaret...
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