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Tights, socks in Spanish 🇪🇸

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tights, socks medias
How to say “tights, socks” in Spanish? “Medias”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “medias” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on tights, socks in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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A tricky little word

So I actually hadn’t heard this word before but you could remember it like this…

Tights can come up to the middle (media) of your thigh,

Whilst socks can come up to the middle (media) of your lower legs


2 years ago

medias info.

Tips to remember the word ‘medias’:
– ‘Medias’ sounds like ‘media,’ which is halfway between a full coverage, just as tights cover half of your clothing needs between shoes and clothes.
– You can think of the “medi” part of ‘medias’ as related to “middle,” and since tights or stockings often cover from the waist to the middle of your legs or down to your feet, it can help you remember the term.

– ‘Medias’ refers to hosiery that often covers from feet up to the thighs or waist, which includes items like tights, stockings, and pantyhose.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Calcetines (usually refers to socks that cover the foot and sometimes part of the leg)
– Pantimedias (specifically pantyhose or tights)
– Leotardos (refers to thicker tights, typically worn in colder weather)

Alternate meanings/slang:
– In some contexts, ‘medias’ can colloquially mean ‘half measures’ or half-hearted efforts in a non-literal sense.

Examples of sentences that use it:
РTengo varias medias con dise̱os divertidos para combinar con mi ropa. (I have several tights with fun designs to match my clothes.)
РMe compr̩ unas medias nuevas para la fiesta. (I bought some new stockings for the party.)
– Siempre pierdo una de las medias y termino con pares desparejados. (I always lose one of the socks and end up with mismatched pairs.)
– En el invierno prefiero usar medias de lana para mantenerme caliente. (In winter, I prefer to wear woolen tights to keep warm.)

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