Translation: from english

overalls

  • 1 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) mono
    overalls npl mono
    1 mono m sing
    overalls ['o:vər.ɔlz] npl
    : overol m
    n.
    buzo (de trabajo)
    (Textil) s.m.
    guardapolvo s.m.
    mono (de trabajo)
    (Textil) s.m.

    English-spanish dictionary > overalls

  • 2 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) overall; smækbukser
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    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) overall; smækbukser

    English-Danish dictionary > overalls

  • 3 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) tuta da lavoro
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    overalls /ˈəʊvərɔ:lz/
    n. pl.
    1 (ingl.) tuta intera ( da lavoro)
    2 ( USA) salopette; pantaloni ( da lavoro) con pettorina (cfr. ingl. dungarees, def. 2).

    English-Italian dictionary > overalls

  • 4 overalls

    ['əʊvərɔːls]
    n
    спецодежда, рабочий халат, комбинезон, роба, спецовка, широкие рабочие брюки
    USAGE:
    (1.) Существительное overalls обозначает цельный предмет одежды, защищающий фигуру человека - комбинезон. В отличие от русского слова комбинезон, имеющего формы единственного и множественного числа, английское overalls в этом значении имеет только форму множественного числа и согласуется с глаголом во множественном числе, это правило также относится и к существительному pyjamas. (2.) Форма единственного числа overall 2. обозначает также защитную одежду, но покрывающую не всю фигуру, а только от плеча до колена: if you want to do some painting put on overall first если ты хочешь что-то красить, надень сначала халат (или что-нибудь сверху).

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > overalls

  • 5 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) (vinnu)samfestingur/-sloppur

    English-Icelandic dictionary > overalls

  • 6 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) szerelőruha

    English-Hungarian dictionary > overalls

  • 7 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) macacão
    * * *
    o.ver.alls
    ['ouvərɔ:lz] n pl 1 macacão. 2 guarda-pó.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > overalls

  • 8 overalls

    n. tulum, iş elbisesi
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    iş tulumu
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    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) işçi tulumu

    English-Turkish dictionary > overalls

  • 9 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) pajac

    English-Slovenian dictionary > overalls

  • 10 overalls

    • haalari
    • haalarit
    • suojapuku
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    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) haalarit

    English-Finnish dictionary > overalls

  • 11 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) die Arbeitshose
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    ['əʊvərɔːlz]
    pl
    Overall m, Arbeitsanzug m; (US = dungarees) Latzhose f

    English-german dictionary > overalls

  • 12 overalls

    npl kombinezon m ( roboczy)
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    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) kombinezon

    English-Polish dictionary > overalls

  • 13 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) kombinezons

    English-Latvian dictionary > overalls

  • 14 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) kombinezonas, specdrabužiai

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > overalls

  • 15 overalls

    n. overall
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    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) överdragskläder, overall

    English-Swedish dictionary > overalls

  • 16 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) kombinéza
    * * *
    • montérky

    English-Czech dictionary > overalls

  • 17 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) salopetă

    English-Romanian dictionary > overalls

  • 18 overalls

    n 1. комбинезон; 2. спецодежда, рабочий халат (1). Существительное overalls обозначает цельный предмет одежды, защищающий фигуру человека — комбинезон. В отличие от русского слова комбинезон, имеющего формы единственного и множественного числа, английское overalls в этом значении имеет только форму множественного числа и согласуется с глаголом во множественном числе. Это правило также относится к существительному pyjamas. (2). Форма единственного числа overall 2. обозначает также защитную одежду, но покрывающую не всю фигуру, а только от плеча до колена:

    If you want to do some painting put on an overall first — Если ты хочешь что-то красить, надень сначала халат (или что-нибудь).

    English-Russian word troubles > overalls

  • 19 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) φόρμα εργασίας

    English-Greek dictionary > overalls

  • 20 overalls

    noun plural (a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc: The painter put on his overalls before starting work; I'll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.) 工裝褲

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > overalls

Look at other dictionaries:

  • overalls — UK US /ˈəʊvərɔːlz/ noun [plural] ► UK (US coveralls) a piece of clothing like a shirt and trousers in one piece, that is worn especially over other clothes to protect them: »She put on some overalls and got out a tin of paint …   Financial and business terms

  • Overalls — O ver*alls, n. pl. 1. A kind of loose trousers worn over others to protect them from soiling. [1913 Webster] 2. Waterproof leggings. R. D. Blackmore. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • overalls — ☆ overalls [ō′vər ôlz΄ ] pl.n. 1. loosefitting trousers of some strong cotton cloth, often with a part extending up over the chest, worn, usually over other clothing, to protect against dirt and wear 2. [sing.] Brit. a smock or other protective… …   Universalium

  • overalls — (n.) see OVERALL (Cf. overall) …   Etymology dictionary

  • overalls — (izg. ȏverōls) m DEFINICIJA 1. široko zaštitno odijelo u jednom komadu koje se nosi u radu iznad obične odjeće kombinezon 2. žensko pamučno sportsko odijelo nalik kombinezonu s našivenim džepovima i pojasom, popularno 1960 ih ETIMOLOGIJA engl …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • overalls — ☆ overalls [ō′vər ôlz΄ ] pl.n. 1. loosefitting trousers of some strong cotton cloth, often with a part extending up over the chest, worn, usually over other clothing, to protect against dirt and wear 2. [sing.] Brit. a smock or other protective… …   English World dictionary

  • overalls — əʊvÉ™rɔːls n. coverall, smock; one piece garment made of trousers and a piece of cloth that covers the chest and has shoulder straps (originally worn to protect clothes while working) o·ver·all || əʊvÉ™rɔːl n. overalls, one piece… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • overalls — noun /ovərˈɑlz/ a) Loose fitting garment worn over regular clothes to protect them. b) Loose fitting pair of pants with supporting cross straps and a panel of material in the chest (called a bib), often associated with farm work. Syn: boiler suit …   Wiktionary

  • Overalls —    This trouser and bib combination article of clothing was created by Lee Mercantile in 1911 and is often associated with attire worn by farmers …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • overalls — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. an over all garment, jump suit, coveralls; see clothes , pants 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • overalls — Brit. close fitting trousers worn as part of an army uniform on formal occasions. → overall …   English new terms dictionary

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