In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Clothing(para jugar, fiestas) costume(para jugar, fiestas) fancy dress costume British(para engañar) disguisecruzó la frontera con un disfraz de mujer — he crossed the border disguised as a woman
- un disfraz de arlequín — a harlequin costume
- baile de disfraces — fancy dress ball
- fiesta de disfraces — fancy dress party
2(simulación)frontes un disfraz para ocultar su inseguridad — it's just a pretense / a front to hide his insecurity
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