Translation of hoodie in Spanish:


hoodie, n.


Pronunciation /ˈhʊdi//ˈhʊdi/

nounPlural hoodies

  • 1

    hoodie masculine
    sudadera con capucha feminine
    buzo con capucha masculine Argentina
    polerón con capucha masculine Chile
    • He stood up and pulled off his hoody and t-shirt before I could stop him.
    • I applied new eyeliner, and changed into a pair of comfy pants and a hoody.
    • I just had to take my hoody off and put it in my bag.
    • Frantically, he felt through his jean pockets and then the pockets of his hoody in search of stray pieces of paper.
    • She had on a pair of slightly baggy jeans and a black hoody.
    • As he was strolling through, he felt a tug on the back of his hoody.
    • Aaron was wearing ripped jeans and a grey hoody.
    • On her top half she was wearing a hoody much like my own.
    • She then pulled her favorite hoody over her shirt.
    • As he was pulling the hoody over his head the shirt rode up a little and I noticed that the last few buttons on the bottom of his shirt were undone.
    • One of the robbers was white, 5ft 11 in tall, aged mid to late 20s and was wearing light blue jeans and a grey hoody with trainers.
    • I slipped into bed in my gray cotton pants and a navy hoody.
    • I stuffed my foot into my shoe, pulled on my hoody, and turned around to brush my hair in front of the mirror.
    • She removed her hoody slowly and let it fall to her carpeted floor.
    • She grabbed a hoody off the top of her laundry basket and walked downstairs.
  • 2British

    vándalo masculine
    vándala feminine
    gamberro masculine Spain
    gamberra feminine Spain
    patotero masculine Southern Cone informal
    patotera feminine Southern Cone informal
    (culture) (before noun) del vándalo
    (culture) (before noun) del gamberro
    (culture) (before noun) del patotero
    • First, there was the sour reception for his "hug a hoodie" speech.
    • The heartbroken mum of a teenage boy gunned down by hoodies wept last night as she paid tribute to her "quiet" son.
    • If he were a young man, he would be a hoodie.
    • It's all hoodies with pit bulls and fat girlfriends with stomach buttons showing.
    • Take his commitment to end child poverty or his beloved hoodies.
    • Two hoodies climbed over the wall into Thomond Park, possibly with spades yesterday, in broad daylight between 5 & 6pm.
    • You will find the occasional black girl or young Asian professional walking the fells, but hoodies and gold teeth are pretty rare.
    • Yards from where he died I encounter two hoodies (neither were involved in the incident).
    • We know now why he wanted to hug a hoodie: for professional consultation!
    • The streets of London are full of the hoodies with knives.
    • At least with his old look hoodies would have been too frightened to have thumped him.
    • Strolling through the subway home, even the little hoodies hanging around don't seem as obnoxious in this weather.
    • The Shadow Home Secretary made a distinctly off-message joke on the conference stage about hugging hoodies.
    • In almost total darkness, a hoodie was lurking.
    • I've also got one of Port Seton for the young boy, the hoodie, who stopped and later came to the hospital.
    • For Cameron the solution is to " hug a hoodie ".
    • Brown may want to distance himself from the fuzzy warmth of the man who invented " hug a hoodie ".
    • I read some of the other comments he made, like ' hug a hoodie ', and I thought, wait a minute.
    • There are wonderfully inventive new phrases turned every day by writers, comedians, rap artists and hoodies.
    • Michael Caine plays a septuagenarian vigilante who massacres South London hoodies.