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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (clothing)
a. costume
Me compré un disfraz de bruja para usar en la fiesta de esta noche.I bought a witch costume to wear at tonight's party.
¿Qué disfraz te vas a poner en Halloween?What costume will you wear for Halloween?
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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