Translation of mannequin in Spanish:

mannequin

maniquí, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmænəkən//ˈmanɪkɪn/

noun

  • 1

    (dummy)
    maniquí masculine
    • Clothes were mounted on racks on either side and mannequins stood on pedestals all around, displaying various wares.
    • Other electronic peripherals, perfumes and lotions, and outdoor products were kept upstairs, as well as the mannequins and the display signs.
    • Why don't the mannequins in the shop windows come in sizes larger than an 8?
    • They even drew lines on her wrists to make her look like a mannequin!
    • There are female mannequins, mannequin heads, male mannequins, torsos and separate mannequin parts.
    • I shiver as I pass the clothes boutiques, where assorted mannequins stare out like different species of plastic aliens.
    • Shoppers yesterday said they were surprised anyone would be offended by the window display of lingerie-clad mannequins.
    • Display cases and mannequins are being constructed for permanent display of the outfits in the communities.
    • On display are also mannequins decked in exquisitely designed saris and sparkling jewellery that she had hand picked for her students.
    • Wedding Night depicts an old-fashioned corner bridal shop, display windows lit; the mannequins are faceless, heads turned or occluded by the awning.
    • Gerri pointed out a nice-looking book bag on the display window hanging from the shoulder of a mannequin.
    • Two mannequins lie naked in the spare bedroom staring up at the ceiling.
    • Once I was able to sift through, I found I was surrounded by mannequins displaying the newest Berliner collection.
    • And it's not displayed on mannequins - it's on live models.
    • Other mannequins display sportswear ideal for games and athletics, as well as for long treks in hilly areas.
    • He's wrestling with a dismembered mannequin in the window and Sobieski hands him the mannequin's arm, saying, ‘Need a hand?’
    • Never mind the clothes - you need only look at the mannequins in shop windows to feel obese.
    • Signs announcing ‘Special Sales’ were gone from shop windows - and there were two more mannequins than the day before.
    • What is striking in these Renaissance representations, and in the mannequins displayed outside, is the Venetian aristocracy's preference for dressing their African servants in lavish courtly attire.
  • 2

    (fashion model)
    maniquí feminine
    modelo feminine
    • There was moving art in the form of mannequins modeling Megan Waterman's fashion creations.
    • The mannequins stood in various poses, showing off the latest designs of the fashion world.
    • Driven by the powerful grey consumer, modelling agencies with elderly mannequins are proliferating, and supermodels are making way for silver-haired ones as the advertising industry becomes attuned to the aging reality.
    • If actresses became mannequins, mannequins also became actresses who played new roles with each dress they modeled.
    • She is what is known in the fashion industry as a fit model or live mannequin.