- tracksuit ► NOUN ▪ a loose, warm outfit consisting of a sweatshirt and trousers.
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tracksuit — [trak′so͞ot΄] n. a loosefitting outfit worn as during exercise, consisting of a pair of trousers and a jacket or pullover top, usually of a light, waterproof fabric * * * track·suit (trăkʹso͞ot ) n. A loose fitting jacket and pants worn by… … Universalium
tracksuit — [trak′so͞ot΄] n. a loosefitting outfit worn as during exercise, consisting of a pair of trousers and a jacket or pullover top, usually of a light, waterproof fabric … English World dictionary
Tracksuit — [http://www.iloveshellsuits.com] A tracksuit is an article of clothing  consisting of two parts trousers and a jacket. It was originally intended for use in sports, mainly as what athletes wore over competition clothing (such as running shirt… … Wikipedia
tracksuit — noun a garment, usually consisting of a top and trousers (commonly known as tracksuit bottoms) worn as an outer layer by participants in sporting events such as athletics. The tracksuit is usually designed to be easily removed or replaced, before … Wiktionary
tracksuit — UK [ˈtrækˌsuːt] / US [ˈtrækˌsut] noun [countable] Word forms tracksuit : singular tracksuit plural tracksuits loose trousers and a loose top that you wear especially before or after exercising … English dictionary
tracksuit — noun Tracksuit is used before these nouns: ↑top, ↑trousers … Collocations dictionary
tracksuit — [[t]træ̱ksuːt[/t]] tracksuits also track suit N COUNT A tracksuit is a loose, warm suit consisting of trousers and a top which people wear to relax and to do exercise. [BRIT] (in AM, use sweatsuit) … English dictionary
tracksuit — noun Date: 1922 a suit of clothing consisting usually of a jacket and pants that is often worn by athletes when working out … New Collegiate Dictionary
tracksuit — Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) sweats … English dialects glossary
tracksuit — track|suit [ˈtræksu:t, sju:t US su:t] n BrE loose clothes consisting of trousers and a ↑jacket, worn especially for sport … Dictionary of contemporary English