Translation of jacket in Spanish:

jacket

chaqueta, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈdʒakɪt//ˈdʒækət/

noun

  • 1

    Clothing
    chaqueta feminine
    sports jacket americana
    • Often featuring a snap front and drawstring waist, this jacket maybe lined or unlined.
    • He unbuttoned the tuxedo jacket and rolled the sleeves to his elbows.
    • Joy removed the matching boutonnière from its clear plastic container and pinned it on the lapel of his tuxedo jacket.
    • At the time he had a goatee beard and was wearing a waist length jacket with maroon coloured sleeves, dark coloured jeans and dark coloured footwear.
    • The jackets are skillfully constructed, whether impeccable blazers or little jackets with bouffant sleeves.
    • Jean grabs him by the lapel of his tuxedo jacket and narrows her green eyes at him.
    • The popular lengths for jackets this fall are waist length, three-quarter length and trench coat length.
    • Suspicions were raised when a chamber maid saw documents in his jacket which contradicted his story.
    • Get ready for the heat with the latest in outerwear; from trench coats to suede jackets.
    • The key here is to get her something between a jacket and a blazer that she can just throw on with any outfit.
    • Damian pulled out an envelope from his jacket and sat across from Stephanie, his other hand still holding onto her delicate fingers.
    • He misjudged her reaction, and removed his leather jacket, enveloping her shoulders with it.
    • For evening, her navy tuxedo jacket has satin trim on the collar, pocket and sleeves, and is a modern twist on a classic design.
    • The mystery caller was stocky and dressed in a blouson jacket and a baseball cap.
    • From leather jackets and blazers, to pants, yes, pants, learn to look stylish in the latest trend.
    • The 10 are then trained to operate speed guns identical to those used by police and kitted out with official-looking high-visibility jackets.
    • Like jean jackets, your jeans can be worn with multiple tops and shoe styles.
    • Jean skirts, jean jackets, and all lengths and styles of jeans can give your wardrobe great variety!
    • Romanov pulled out a file folder from her jacket slowly, ensuring that the bodyguards saw what she held, and handed it to Mr. Devlin.
    • I reached into the front pocket of my jacket and took out a small business card.
    • If you have a conventional water heater, give it a wrap as well with an insulated jacket that will help prevent energy loss.
    • Similarly, a steel and concrete jacket was secured to the swing span central pier in 1936.
    • Bosch designed a thin inner liner of soft steel that sealed the gases in, its pressure load supported by a stout perforated steel jacket.
    • Install an insulating jacket around the hot water heater to improve its heat retention capability.
    • If your water heater is located in an unheated space, bundle it up with an insulating jacket.
  • 2

    • 2.1(of book)

      sobrecubierta feminine
      camisa feminine
      • You may not have heard of House Industries, but you will undoubtedly have seen their work, be it on book jackets, CD covers or in the typography of advertising.
      • The atmosphere is literary, with the walls covered in huge posters of book jackets of American literary masterpieces.
      • Chris Moore lives in another world - but it's all in a day's work for the artist whose illustrations have been used on the book jackets of some of the world's top authors.
      • A selection of books are on display with a summary of the story covering the book jacket.
      • This week's review is a hard cover book with a hard-hitting jacket, determined to catch your attention.

    • 2.2(US) (of record)

      funda feminine
      carátula feminine

    • 2.3(US) (for documents)

      carpeta feminine

  • 3British

    (of potato)
    potatoes in their jackets, jacket potatoes patatas asadas con la piel
  • 4

    (of boiler, engine)
    funda feminine