Translation of knee-high in Spanish:


largo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌniːˈhʌi//ˈˌni ˈˌhaɪ/


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    (sock) largo
    the weeds are knee-high la maleza llega hasta las rodillas
    • Melissa wore a grey sleeveless top with a leather collar, knee-high brown boots and a black pleated skirt.
    • She was dressed in a leather jacket, a mini skirt, and knee-high boots.
    • She wore a very short, black leather skirt and a pair of knee-high black leather boots.
    • She was wearing a short black skirt, knee-high black boots, and a pink halter top.
    • Her favourite part of the uniform though had to be her black, knee-high lace-up boots.
    • Pismo clams are found in knee-high water at low tide, burrowed about 6 inches below the sand.
    • His trousers were already wet to the thigh and he was wearing knee-high rubber boots.
    • As Millar trudged through the knee-high snow, he watched comrades - exhausted and disoriented - tumble into drifts.
    • Within 45 minutes some of the campers were wading through water that was knee-high as they struggled to leave the site, adjacent to the Greta and Derwent rivers.