Translation of rompers in Spanish:

rompers

mameluco, n.

(romper suit)

Pronunciation: /ˈrɒmpəz//ˈrɑmpərz/

noun

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    mameluco masculine Latin America
    pelele masculine Spain
    enterito masculine River Plate
    osito masculine Chile
    • We are often obliged to report on mayhem and savage behaviour perpetrated by thugs who are barely out of rompers.
    • For babies, there is an adorable polka dot romper suit, while older children will love his denim and rugby-style collection.
    • Czech puppet theatre company tells the story of three babies in gigantic white romper suits as they lose their balloon.
    • Supplying everything for boys and girls from newborn up to four years, the traditional little boys' romper suits and hand-smocked dresses for little girls are perennial favourites.
    • So, let's get down to brass tacks - what colour romper suits do we need to be looking at?
    • The apparel example is representative of girls' christening dresses and boys' rompers.
    • Then it is wallets at the ready as mummy and daddy start to fork out on designer romper suits, pushchairs and jewellery.