el disfraz
-the costume
See the entry for disfraz.


A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (clothing)
a. costume
¡Le compré un disfraz de piña a mi cachorro!I bought my puppy a pineapple costume!
2. (false appearance)
a. disguise
Se sirvió de un disfraz de camarera para perpetrar robos en distintos hoteles.She used the disguise of a maid to perpetrate robberies in different hotels.
3. (pretense)
a. front
Su aparente seguridad es solo un disfraz para ocultar su indecisión.His apparent self-confidence is just a front to mask his indecision.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (traje)
a. disguise
2. (para baile, fiesta)
a. fancy dress
llevar un disfrazto wear a disguise
un disfraz de bruja/gorilaa witch/gorilla costume
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1 (traje) (para una fiesta) fancy dress; costume; (EEUU) (para engañar a algn) disguise
yo fui a la fiesta con un disfraz de pirata I went to the party dressed as a pirate o in a pirate costume; llevaba un disfraz de hombre she was disguised as a man; baile de disfraces fancy-dress ball
2 (pretexto) facade;de for
bajo el disfraz de algo under the cloak of sth
3 (Mil) camouflage
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