English to Welsh Meaning :: waistcoat

Waistcoat :
gwasgod
- gwasgod
 
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Noun(1) a man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat

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(1) He was wearing black trousers, a black suit jacket, pale blue shirt, black waistcoat , blue/silver tie, black shoes.(2) One silk waistcoat is displayed with the accompanying silk knee breeches.(3) He dresses in immaculately pressed shalwar kameez and waistcoat - sheer Afghan chic.(4) The 39-year-old - recently named Sexiest Male at the British Soap Awards - especially likes wearing a white shalwar kameez with waistcoat .(5) Attired in an embroidered scarlet waistcoat and gold breeches, her rescuer withdrew one shining buckled shoe disdainfully from underneath the young man.(6) The second man had black hair, and wore a waistcoat over a white shirt.(7) Before her stood an older gentleman of an earlier era, decked in a green embroidered waistcoat and silk stockings with buckled shoes.(8) It was a pinstriped waistcoat with a collar and short-sleeved shirt.(9) In the 1920s and well into the '30s, the Sunday dress for the men was a navy suit, sometimes a waistcoat or the occasional pullover.(10) The shirt and the leather waistcoat I'm wearing are what I had on when the crash happened.(11) He had on the uniform that I find strangely attractive - brown felt hat, white shirt, tweed waistcoat , tweed jacket and trousers, country but smart at the same time.(12) The man is described as white, aged about 18, wearing a blue and white check shirt with either a body warmer or waistcoat style of jacket.(13) Cap sleeves and a smock blouse look great with a waistcoat and teamed with a loose, lightweight scarf.(14) The famous bowler hat and striped waistcoat are one of the jazz world's most famous trademarks.(15) The auctioneer stepped up onto the gangway above the sheep pens, briefly registered the small crowd of burly men in padded waistcoats and tweed hats and cleared his throat.(16) The childcare service are also looking for hats, bags, shawls, waistcoats , belts, skirts etc for the children's ‘Dress Up’ box.
Related Words
(1) waistcoat ::
gwasgod
(2) coat ::
cot
(3) waist ::
canol
Synonyms
Noun
1. vest ::
fest
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