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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: one outfit|
|There is a limit of one outfit per child per visit|
How would you translate the above. It's a place where needy families go for new clothes but there is a limit.
Es otra posibilidad. Aunque suena más formal, también es más específico que "conjunto" (al cual tienes que añadir "de ropa" para que se sepa de qué hablas).
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un equipo / un conjunto de ropa
I would say "un equipo". "Un conjunto de ropa" is another possibility (I'm speaking only for Argentina, I don't know about other countries).