Traducción de epaulet en español:


charretera, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɛpəlɛt/ /ˈɛpɔːlɛt/ /ˌɛpəˈlɛt/

Ver definición en español de charretera


  • 1

    (on dress uniform)
    charretera femenino
    • Look out for shirts with pockets, epaulettes - and especially shirt dresses, which will be making a strong statement this spring.
    • Or he would take apart a necklace and use it as an epaulet on the shoulder of a jacket so that the coat would be ‘covered with trinkets and madness.’
    • The cuffs were also of the same nature, as were the epaulettes on the shoulders of his military tunic.
    • Just over a year ago, a new uniform was adopted, replacing the former uniform with its epaulette and caps, which reflected the military origins of most of the judiciary.
    • Have you considered shoulder pads and epaulettes?
    • She wears a jacket with epaulettes and metal buttons.
    • I purchased a navy surplus coat, and it came with epaulets.
    • However there were no epaulettes, and no uniform trousers.
    • Their formidable presence, clad in gray uniforms with epaulettes and badges, and the silence pervading their stares, shattered a comfort barrier that held my mind in check and kept others from noticing a sign of personal distress.
    • The two dwarves were dressed in plain brown shirts and trousers of the same design, and they had gold epaulettes on their shoulders.
    • Military officials, meanwhile, looked as if they were heading for a parade, strutting around in uniform with gold epaulettes and medals on display.
    • I just wish the pilot wasn't wearing shiny black shoes, pressed black trousers, and a white, starched shirt with epaulettes that vaguely suggest a naval uniform.
    • She straightened one of the epaulettes on his shoulders that bore the four gold stripes of his rank.
    • The epaulettes on the choker tunic of his black naval uniform bore the four stripes of his rank.
    • After rising through the flying ranks to captain, he switched his epaulettes for a business suit to move into a corporate job with the airline.
    • Coats, jackets, and other garments became increasingly embellished during the 18th century as epaulettes, loops, lace, and aiguillettes all appeared.
    • The traditional blue trousers with blue or white shirts with epaulettes and ties made paramedics look more like police and were becoming impractical.
    • Wearing his military uniform, decorated with medals and gold epaulets, he looked fit, impressive, and self-assured.
    • He wore the ceremonial lavender Administrator robe with a gold collar and epaulets.
    • He was rushed to hospital where doctors found that the epaulette on his shirt had saved him from the worst of the wound.
  • 2

    (on trenchcoat)
    trabilla femenino