Translation of hand-me-down in Spanish:


prenda usada o heredada, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhandmiːdaʊn//ˈhænd mi ˌdaʊn/


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    prenda usada o heredada
    she was always dressed in her sister's hand-me-downs siempre iba vestida con ropa heredada de su hermana
    • One boy is tanned and shiny from the water, but most of the rest have gangly, pale, mottled bodies; they are wearing baggy underwear or ill-fitting hand-me-downs.
    • Buying second-hand goods and accepting hand-me-downs work for me, too!
    • While the others were given new clothes and shoes, she was dressed in ill-fitting hand-me-downs and old shoes.
    • I didn't know at the time that my used textbooks were castoffs and that our science and athletic equipment represented the hand-me-downs from white schools in the district.
    • Barbara tended to wear her elder sister's hand-me-downs, the skirts turned inside out to get the best use out of them.
    • Juniors like that won't tolerate hand-me-downs or patched knees; they want everything shiny, new, and up-to-date, and they tend to get it without so much as a thank you.
    • I already have all his hand-me-downs like his shirts and TV tray, so I might as well use his battle gear.
    • The dinghies on our lake were serviceable, not showy: hand-me-downs with dented motors and countless coats of varnish.
    • We don't even have that many hand-me-downs, as we gave most of them away because we didn't expect another baby.
    • Everything you own is second-hand or hand-me-downs, or given to you as a gift over the recent holidays and will become a recycle to your younger brother once you grow out of it.
    • I had a couple more shirts now - hand-me-downs from Ray and Johnny - but I still had the same four pairs of basketball shorts.
    • At the same time, family and friends with babies, social service agencies, non-profit groups, and support groups can be good sources of hand-me-downs, and can help you meet the needs of your babies.
    • With no money coming in (Andrew likely never received the army pension he was due), the girls wore hand-me-downs from their Milford Haven cousins and Philip grew up learning the value of economizing.
    • What clothing wasn't handmade was usually hand-me-downs.
    • The day of the hand-me-downs among family and friends is truly gone with parents opting to buy new baby equipment.
    • The jeans you're wearing are hand-me-downs, they stopped making that style six and a half years ago, telling me that you either have an older sibling or some other close relative who's older than you.
    • Like all of his other clothes, these were hand-me-downs.
    • His mother was a domestic in Miami Beach, and along with hand-me-downs from the wealthy families she worked for, she brought home tales of the spiritual impoverishment that accompanied their plenty.
    • On this limited budget we opted for hand-me-downs and cloth diapers.
    • Her lashing tail was half-spotted, half-striped; her clothes overly big and just a little worn and patchy, like hand-me-downs.