How do you Say Bra in Spanish
What do you know about a bra? Why it is necessary? How did it come from? You must be thinking about such kinds of questions first. So, let’s talk about bra and how do you say bra in Spanish which is an interesting part.
A Bra is a short form of Brassiere. It is a women form-fitting undergarment product made to cover and supporting a women’s breasts. It is a piece of clothing worn under an outfit. There are various sizes and designs of a bra depending on cup size.
Wearing a bra can help you to protect breast tissues and a bra can give you a comfortable feel. For less exposing your breasts and cleavage, a bra is a lifesaver. You can pick any type of bra including t-shirt bra, balconette bra, push-up bra, plunge bra, bandeau bra strapless bra, adhesive bra, and many more.
We call it bra but in other countries, they call it in a different way. Let’s talk about Spanish people. Would you like to know how Spanish people pronounce Bra? Let’s end our curiosity and talk about the Spanish way to say Bra. In Spanish Bra is called el sostén. Some Mexican Spanish natives call it El bra, some call it el corpiño and some say bra as sujetador. There are some other names of a bra in Spanish includes ajustador, soutien, and brasier.
Spanish clothing sizes are a little different than UK and US people. UK and US measure the size of a bra by inches where Spanish people measure Spanish bra sizes by centimetres.
Q. What is Bra?
Ans. It is a women form-fitting undergarment product made to cover and supporting a women’s breasts. It also helps to protect breast tissues and a bra can give you a comfortable feel. There are so many designs and shaped bra including t-shirt bra, balconette bra, push-up bra, plunge bra, bandeau bra strapless bra, adhesive bra, and so on.
Q. How do you Say Bra in Spanish?
Q. How do you pronounce Sujetador?
Ans. You can pronounce Sujetador like su-he-ta-dor.
Q. How do you say bra in Mexican Spanish?
Ans. In Mexican Spanish, people say El bra.
Q. Are UK or US clothing sizes are same as Spanish?
Ans. Clothing sizes are varying from country to country. But sometimes they are the same.