playsuit

noun a sports outfit for women or children; usually consists of shorts and a blouse
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Playsuit

[children`s clothing] In the context of children`s clothing, a playsuit is a one piece garment worn by small children. It is very similar to a one piece blanket sleeper, except that foot coverings are not usually incorporated into the garment. Some designs are quite creative, and double nicely for costumes. ...
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Playsuit

[children`s garment] Includes commissioned officers of the Northamptonshire Regiment of the British Army, which was formed in 1881 by the amalgamation of the 48th Regiment of Foot and the 58th Regiment of Foot. The unit was merged into the 2nd East Anglian Regiment (later the Royal Anglian Regiment) in 1959. ...
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Playsuit

[ladies` clothing] A playsuit is a type of garment. Typically a shorter version of the jumpsuit, it was created in the 1930s in New York as a stylish piece of sportswear. It went in and out of fashion through to the 1970s, and was usually made from silky fabrics for evening wear, or jersey and terry-towelling for casual summer wear. Since 2...
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Playsuit

[lingerie] A playsuit is an item of lingerie consisting of an all in one design where the top half, similar to a negligee, is joined to the bottom half, similar to a panty or shorts. The playsuit also exists in mainstream fashion as a type of garment. Typically a shorter version of the jumpsuit, it was popular in the 1970s, and was usually ...
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playsuit

[n] - a sports outfit for women or children
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