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    Default Re: Como lo digo......

    Se lo conoce como slip o trusa pero particularmente se usa para cubrir las partes íntimas masculinas. Por lo que leo, en Venezuela se lo conoce como interior o interiores.
    Sin embargo, slip no se equipara al término enagua o media enagua que sería una prenda integramente femenina, y no se lleva sola, debajo se lleva la ropa interior. Me explico?
    No creo que necesarias las fotos para estos casos, podriamos ser censurados por el foro! jajaja

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    Quote Originally Posted by PIM View Post
    podriamos ser censurados por el foro! jajaja
    el webmaster los está vigilando eh jajajaja

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    En español slip quiere decir eso, pero inglés tiene el significado de Enagua. Lee esta definición a ver que te parece: Slip is a woman's undergarment worn beneath a dress or skirt to help it hang smoothly and to prevent chafing of the skin from coarse fabrics such as wool. Slips are also worn for warmth, and to protect fine fabrics from perspiration. A full slip hangs from the shoulders, usually by means of narrow straps, and extends from the breast to the fashionable skirt length. A half slip hangs from the waist. It may also be called a waist slip or more rarely a petticoat. Slips are often worn to prevent the show through of intimate undergarments such as panties or a brassiere. A slip may also be used to prevent a silhouette of the legs showing through clothing when standing in front of a bright light source. Other uses for slips are to make a dress or skirt hang properly, the prevention of chafing to the skin, to protect the outer garment from damage due to perspiration, or for warmth, especially if the dress or skirt is lightweight and thin. In very warm and/or humid climates a slip made from 100% cotton may be desired.

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    Encaja perfectamente en la definición de enagua! PERFECTO Ignaciog!!!! Maravillosa la explicación! Cuando tenga que pedir una enagua ahora se que se le dicen slip! Gracias!!! A no confundir con los boxers que es algo completamente diferente!

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    Jajajaja me imaginé pidiendo una enagua y saliendo en slip. Chiste. Bueno me alegra que hayas encntrado tu palabra en inglés.

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