Translation of shirttail in Spanish:


faldón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃəːtteɪl//ˈʃər(t)teɪl/


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    (de camisa) faldón masculine
    • The shirt was long because he was a big man and so it had plenty of shirt tail length.
    • He could also see in Scott's eyes the love that he not only had for her but also the two mopped-headed boys who stuck close to his shirt tail.
    • Her glasses had been forgotten; she was still mindlessly cleaning the lenses with her shirt tail.
    • I'm actually wearing slippers, my shirttail isn't tucked in, and I'm gulping down the last spoonfuls of apple crisp when the telephone rings.
    • Some were accompanied by more sedate blokes, dressed in their finest old jeans with their shirt tails hanging out.
    • Which is always like being caught in public with your fly open and your shirttail sticking through.
    • They feature button down collars, center full button front, reinforced shoulder and armholes, shirt tail hem and wood-tone buttons.
    • Don Quijote decides to imitate Amadís's mournful madness, and tears a long piece off his shirt tails, making knots in it to use as a rosary.
    • Occasionally, one of them might push part of his shirt tail back into his pants.
    • He stroked her hair and wiped away her tears with his shirt tail.
    • His pants were barely on and his shirt tail stuck out in numerous places.
    • Jim examined the damaged tissue, then tore a piece of his shirt tail off and tried to make a bandage that would keep the metal from touching the raw flesh.
    • Certain gestures are taboo, your shirt tail has to be tucked in, your chin strap has to be fastened, and they tell you what kind of shoes to wear.
    • Denise grabbed his shirt tail and pulled as hard as she could, stopping him from entering the bathroom.
    • Just knock the mud off the lens and wipe it clean with your dirty shirt tail.
    • So he untucked the shirt tails from his trousers.
    • I was lagging behind the tour group, busy being skeptical about everything until something happened that I couldn't disprove - someone tugged on my shirt tail.
    • Mathias gave me no quarter though and grabbed me roughly by my shirt tails, hauling me down off the horse.
    • Once we have stormed out of the house, shirt tails flapping, we make it to the bus stop.