Definition of bombachas
: loose baggy trousers gathered tightly at the ankle and worn especially in Argentina and Uruguay for riding and outdoor work
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Origin and Etymology of bombachas
borrowed from American Spanish (Argentina) bombachas, bombachos, from Spanish bomba “pump, bomb” (hence something puffy or globular) + -acho, -acha, augmentative and pejorative suffix
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