Translation of gilet in Spanish:

gilet

chaleco, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʒɪleɪ//ˈʒɪleɪ//ˈʒiːleɪ/

noun

British

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    chaleco masculine
    • We are also selling many gilets this autumn which allow people warmth with out the encumbrance of a jacket.
    • From the inside pocket of his gilet he drew a black piece of cloth.
    • Little denim waistcoats will soon be on the high street replacing the winter fake-fur gilet - great for layering with T-shirt or vintage-style top.
    • Mrs Todd recommends a gilet, smart trousers and a T-shirt for chic and practical show wear.
    • The obligatory items are a very, very long scarf and a suede sheepskin or canvas gilet.