Translation of bra in Spanish:


sostén, n.

Pronunciation /brɑ/ /brɑː/

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    sostén masculine
    sujetador masculine Spain
    brasier masculine Colombia, Mexico
    corpiño masculine River Plate
    soutien masculine Uruguay
    • Underwear makers promote support bras made without an underwire, as even a small bit of metal can trigger a sensitive alarm.
    • To avoid severe chafing, endurance athletes should look for bras that are seamless.
    • If underwire bras are run though a washing machine, their wires will poke out for sure.
    • I look at my clock, standing in my bra and underwear while ironing my shirt of choice.
    • For a long time, women have worn traditional bras that are supported by shoulder and back straps.
    • They have built-in support bras that come in a range of adjustable sizes.
    • Two-thirds of the fitters recommended bras with the wrong underwire shape, according to the report.
    • Of course, the other major component of any woman's lingerie collection is her bras.
    • I say, for both maternity and nursing, wear regular underwire bras in the closest size to what you should be wearing that you can find.
    • Women were burning bras because they were a symbol of oppression which is in contrast to your view as bras as support.
    • Still, there's no way to put a good spin on the situation in the lingerie department, where most of the cutest bras are B cup and bigger.
    • Hanging bras on a hook in your closet prevents the underwire from getting twisted and pulled, as it would in a dresser drawer.
    • Lovable made bras and lingerie, supplying retailers that also included Sears and Victoria's Secret.
    • I had shoes and dresses and they were beautiful, now all I needed was underwear, bras and socks and I would be happy.