zippered fly

Spanish translation: bragueta con cremallera/cierre

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English term or phrase:zippered fly
Spanish translation:bragueta con cremallera/cierre
Entered by: María Barbosa

18:44 Nov 16, 2018
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Marketing - Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
English term or phrase: zippered fly
Hola colegas,

Estoy traduciendo textos de indumentaria deportiva y me está costando traducir esta oración.

Button-up closure with zippered fly for a classic look.

Mi intento fallido: El cierre abotonado con cierre ofrece un look clásico.

Mas contexto: (aclaro que son textos cortos)

Back welt pockets and coin pocket store small items.

Button-up closure with zippered fly for a classic look.

Product Details

Icon clip label on waistband

Gracias por sus sugerencias.
María Barbosa
Argentina
Local time: 20:27
bragueta con cremallera/cierre
Explanation:
En México se le dice 'cierre' a la cremallera. "súbete el cierre" es más común cuando alguien trae abierta la bragueta que decir "sube tu cremallera". Sin embargo cremallera es más internacional.

Saludos.
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Alfie Mendez
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bragueta con cremallera/cierre


Explanation:
En México se le dice 'cierre' a la cremallera. "súbete el cierre" es más común cuando alguien trae abierta la bragueta que decir "sube tu cremallera". Sin embargo cremallera es más internacional.

Saludos.

Alfie Mendez
Local time: 18:27
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
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agree  Chema Nieto Castañón
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