An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (loose-fitting)
a. suelto
Baggy blouses are fashionable this year.Las blusas sueltas están de moda este año.
b. holgado
Carrie wore baggy clothes when she was pregnant.Carrie se ponía ropa holgada cuando estaba embarazada.
c. ancho
Why do rappers wear baggy clothes?¿Por qué usan ropa ancha los raperos?
d. guango
Regionalism used in Mexico
I put on a pair of jeans that used to be tight on me; now they're baggy.Me puse un pantalón de mezclilla que solía apretarme; ahora me queda guango.
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I need to buy new sweats. These have gone baggy at the knees.Necesito comprar unos pants nuevos. Estos hacen bolsas en las rodillas.
Skinny jeans that go baggy at the knees annoy me.Me molestan los vaqueros ajustados que hacen bolsas en las rodillas.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (garment)
a. suelto(a), holgado(a)
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baggy [ˈbæɡɪ]
baggier (comparative)baggiest (superlative) ancho; [+trousers] (at the knees) con bolsas en las rodillas; (wide) abombachado;
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