How do you say swimsuit in different languages?

How do you say swimsuit in different languages?

In other languages swimsuit

  1. American English: swimsuit /ˈswɪmsut/
  2. Arabic: ثُوْبُ السِّبَاحَة
  3. Brazilian Portuguese: roupa de banho.
  4. Chinese: 泳装
  5. Croatian: kupaći kostim.
  6. Czech: plavky dámské
  7. Danish: badedragt.
  8. Dutch: badpak.

What do you call the swimming attire?

A swimsuit can be described by various names, some of which are used only in particular locations, including swimwear, bathing suit, swimming costume, bathing costume, swimming suit, swimmers, swimming togs, bathers, cossie (short for “costume”), or swimming trunks for men, besides others.

What can I wear to the pool if I don’t have a swimsuit?

This can include:

  • Fitted t-shirt or leggings under swimwear.
  • Wetsuit style or fitted swimming t-shirt.
  • Burkini swimming costume.
  • 3/4 length swim shorts in thin nylon material.
  • Swim or board shorts.
  • Leggings with or without shorts.

What do the British call a swimsuit?

British English American English
Swimming costume / Cozzy Bathing Suit
Dungarees Overalls
dressing-gown bathrobe
bootlace/shoelace shoestring

What do the British call a bra?

English (U.K.) I agree – bandeau bra.

Why do British say Jumper?

The origin of the British word “jumper” is a bit of a mystery. The leading school of thought suggests it comes from the French jupe, meaning “skirt,” which ultimately comes from the Arabic jubba, a loose outer garment. “Jumper” would eventually go on to follow different evolutionary paths in the U.S. and Britain.

What are hoodies called in America?

Sweatshirts are also almost exclusively casual attire and hence not as dressy as some sweaters. Sweatshirts may or may not have a hood. A sweatshirt with a hood is now usually referred to as a hoodie, although more formal media still use the term “hooded sweatshirt”.

What are braces called in the UK?

Suspenders seem a lot different to braces. Braces on your teeth are called “braces” in Britain.

What does braces mean in British slang?

UK. ( US suspenders) a pair of straps that hold up a pair of trousers, which are attached to the waist of the trousers and stretch over your shoulders. US. ( UK brace)