Translation of knickerbockers in Spanish:


pantalones bombachos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɪkərbɑkərz//ˈnɪkəbɒkəz/

plural noun

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    pantalones bombachos masculine
    (for golf) pantalones de golf masculine
    • About 30 followers, many in red waistcoats and green knickerbockers, gathered yesterday to mark the last official hare hunt.
    • Pupils came to school in historic costume, including Eton collars for the boys and three-quarter length knickerbockers and pinafores for the girls.
    • Turton FC was founded in 1871 and in 1873 issued a book of rules showing that the Harrow form of football was played and that the club colours were blue knickerbockers, white stockings and white jerseys.
    • Even when I was six years old, I was a page boy at a wedding, and the outfit I wanted to wear was knickerbockers, knee-length socks, frilly shirt, and ballet shoes.
    • He was dressed in a fancy pale blue over jacket with matching knickerbockers, and white hose.