Translation of try-on in Spanish:


prueba, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtraɪɒn//ˈtraɪɑːn/


  • 1US

    (of clothes)
    prueba feminine
    don't buy it without a try-on no te lo compres sin probártelo
  • 2British informal

    (trick, pretense)
    triquiñuela feminine informal
    • I sent that opening to the publishers as a try-on, thinking they'd want it changed.
    • It is a very crude try-on, and certainly I shall never use it again; but in those days my name was unknown in the hobby, and experienced players will believe anything of a novice.
    • We'd all like to not take full responsibility for our actions; is the insanity defence something which is a bit of a try-on?
    • In my 20s, however, I topped Isabelle in try-ons.
    • But, I think he will agree that a 100 plus was never ever going to be agreed to and was a try-on by the developer which is what they always seem to do.
    • This is just a try-on by the EU Commission and others, and we will not put up with it.
    • A lot of them are simply try-ons and we soon set the record straight on how we intend to react.