Translation of dirndl in Spanish:

dirndl

falda con peto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdərndl/ /ˈdəːnd(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    falda con peto feminine
    • The German population didn't like this move, and they showed it by wearing national costumes, like lederhosen and dirndls.
    • She even admits to wearing dirndl, a traditional Bavarian costume with an embroidered bodice and a homely apron.
    • While costumes such as kimono, dirndl and military uniforms are understood as national costumes, my definition of costumes in the cultural mapping process is much broader.
    • Enter stage right, Karin Stoiber, 60 years of age, in dark, well-cut suit or dirndl, the traditional Bavarian dress, and sensible shoes.
    • I wanted to be up there in a dirndl, not lederhosen!
    • Will it be Bavarian dirndls or the slinky black number?
    • ‘Well, we both need the extra credit, and Frau said she'd give anyone who participated fifteen extra points on the next project,’ answered Mindy dryly, smoothing out the pleats in the apron of her dirndl.
    • They were dressed like they're headed to an SCA meeting in Holland, absurd dirndls and some chunky shoes that just screamed ‘white and proud.’
    • It is set in an unpromising block, but once you heft aside the wooden door you find yourself in an old apothecary, with glass-fronted cabinets, wood-panelled walls and waitresses in dirndls.
    • Bavarian bar keepers have been told that the dirndl, generally rather revealing, will have to be replaced as it offers no protection against what the directive calls ‘natural sources of radiation’, meaning sunlight.
    • Most typical and best known by those outside Austria is the dirndl.
    • Just in case a passing tourist might suddenly decide to impulse buy a poker-worked Alpenstock, a set of cowbells in diminishing sizes, or a Heidi doll in dirndl and plaits.