Translation of corset in Spanish:


corsé, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkɔrsət//ˈkɔːsɪt/


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    corsé masculine
    surgical corset corsé ortopédico
    • As I guessed, a red ballroom gown is soon pulled on me, the corset below making it almost impossible for me to breathe.
    • From the drawer in the bottom of the wardrobe, she picked a shift, two petticoats, and a corset.
    • Once we reached our teens many girls wore corsets or corselets under their uniforms to keep their figure in trim.
    • Thrusting drawer after drawer open, Adaela discovered stockings, slippers, jewelry, cosmetics, tunics, chemises, corsets, petticoats, and head coverings.
    • The undergarments included stockings, petticoats, drawers, and a corset.
    • Fashion in clothes often influences body shape - witness the corset and the wasp waist.
    • You just have to explain what kind of look you want, because corsets can change your shape in different ways.
    • They wear boots and suspenders and corsets and, yes, hoop skirts.
    • It would be a horrible pain to have to deal with the corset and many underskirts as well.
    • Along with the dress in the bag was a white mask, shoes that matched the dress perfectly and a large selection of underskirts and a new corset.
    • She wore a reinforced corset so she could support her son and take part in the walk.
    • Then, they placed a white undershirt over her corset, over which they put a beautiful red dress made of crushed velvet.
    • He has reportedly taken to jogging in a corset to keep in shape.
    • She removed eight petticoats, a corset and silk stockings; finally she stood in just her white linen shift and several pounds of jewelry.
    • I was left only in my corset and my undergarments, shivering.
    • She did not need a corset for a figure; she had her own natural beauty.
    • The corset had been laced quite tightly for the ball and it did not allow for the wearer to consume large amounts of food.
    • Gone too are the maid's uniform, multi-layered gowns and tightly-laced corsets she wears in the film, replaced by trousers and a long jacket.
    • The stuffier styles of a previous era that preferred corsets and petticoats were consigned to the dustbin.
    • A corset with suspenders, worn in 1910, is on display.
    • After the corset came stockings, three petticoats, and a pure white overdress.
    • Across from these tiny slippers is a case that displays the evolution of the corsets and brassieres that have twisted and shaped the female figure to reflect the ever-changing ideal of what women should look like in Western culture.