Translation of goatskin in Spanish:


piel de cabra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡoʊtˌskɪn//ˈɡəʊtskɪn/


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    piel de cabra feminine
    (as container) odre masculine
    • Canteens and goatskins had been half-drained before this was discovered by unfortunate soldiers seeking to slake their thirst.
    • After taking a couple of gulps, she placed the goatskin down and called Will over.
    • And so the word gets around, much like it did when Memete was carried in three decades ago on a goatskin.
    • The family then begins reveling in their salvation, drinking wine from goatskins.
    • Armed only with a satchel full of food, and a goatskin full of water, Gilbart had been given the assignment of walking straight through the Desert of Purification.
    • A statue of him, adorning the house where he was born, shows him in goatskins, gazing out over what would have been a busy fishing port in his day.
    • Odysseus walked up to the cave with a goatskin full of wine.
    • And occasionally the pair produce more than just scented goatskins.
    • She also covered his hands and the smooth part of his neck with the goatskins.
    • She tasted the wine, which had both power and grace, and smelled a little of the goatskin.