Traducción de sari en Español:

sari

sari, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsɑːri//ˈsɑri/

nombrePlural saris

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    sari masculino
    • He imports the cotton and silk sarees from Chennai, Mumbai and Coimbatore.
    • From cotton to chiffon sarees and from crepe to crush silk sarees the varieties are too many.
    • Ladies were dressed in saris and shalwar kameez of vibrant shades making the streets of Wootton Bassett awash with colour.
    • The Bengal cotton sarees and other dress materials have been brought out in colourful hues, to match the changing trends in the fashion world.
    • Among saris, there are the traditional cotton prints and also the Chanderi cotton and silk saris which are priced reasonably.
    • Sherwani, silk sarees and ghagra cholis were designed and developed under the category of bridal wear.
    • From gorgeous silk saris to plain dhotis, there is a discount on every item at the Hantex showroom.
    • The elaborate knit work on cotton and silk sarees from Dacca takes at least 12 days to complete.
    • A seasoned chazzer can spot linen lounge pants, a cashmere cardie or a silk sari at 100 paces.
    • Apart from silk varieties, cotton sarees and churidhars from places like Paramakudi and Coimbatore are also on sale.
    • There were kurtas and saris, dhotis and lungis, trousers, towels and aprons in brilliant hues and varied textures.
    • There was a lot of music and dancing and many people wore traditional Indian clothing, including women's lenghas and sarees and Kurta pyjamas for the men.
    • Pochampalli sarees in mercerised cotton, silk sarees in semi katan, pure katan and in warf and weft creations look elegant.
    • There were three white skinned women who were inexpertly draped in Indian saris with long sleeved jackets.
    • Today we see our womenfolk in sarees and salwar kameez.
    • The handlooms include the usual dress material of Oriya cottons, some light, airy Maheswari cottons, skirts and sarees.
    • The sight of a fair-skinned woman in a sari or salwar kameez invites stares.
    • Out of the gift box came spanking new saris, shirts, trousers, lungis and nighties and the happiness of the inmates knew no bounds.
    • Pochampally silk and cotton sarees boldly announce their strength and durability.
    • I brought in a silk saree (traditional Indian garb for women) that represented the ambivalence I have about certain cultural and gender expectations.