Definition of 'blazer'
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He also wore double-breasted navy blazers with a crimson lining. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He wears a blue double-breasted blazer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Jeb has a blue blazer or two in the closet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are badges you can wear on your school blazer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Venture capitalists wear blazers and shiny shoes. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Team with a blazer for a rocking daytime look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And he often wears its bright striped blazer and tie. The Sun (2015)My fatuous school blazer was stripped from my shoulders and replaced with a leather waistcoat. ARE YOU TALKING TO ME?: A Life Through the Movies (2004)It also makes the blazers difficult to wear. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Team a pair of denim shorts with a navy blazer and canvas boat shoes for effortless maritime chic. The Sun (2011)At the very least the car seemed to demand a white polo neck beneath a navy blazer with gold buttons. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Wear with trainers, shirt and a blazer for a subtle nod to your inner style rebel. The Sun (2016)Again, hats and striped blazers off. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It comes around far more often than that, as does the vogue for navy blazers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You should have seen him in his little cap, blazer and school tie. The Sun (2011)It's amazing what a navy blazer and a stripy tie can do. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I got there in this school blazer that was far too big for me. The Sun (2011)Mummy wears your school blazer. The Sun (2006)Q Players must eat together in smart dress and must wear team blazers when in public and at matches. The Sun (2008)In 2011, it is ridiculous to expect ladies to wear blazers or jackets at all times. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They were all middleaged men, all in blue blazers, white slacks and deck shoes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The collection includes boyish blazers, boxy jackets and tapered trousers, and totally satisfies my masculine side! The Sun (2013)At one end it's modern and trying its best to be cool, resulting in gems such as this blue blazer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our faces were etched with salt spray, our palms were red and raw, our club blazers were bleached by the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yes, summer is over, but at least that means you can crack open the tweed blazer and wear a long fringe again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A jovial man, he liked to be smartly turned out in a blue blazer, tie and grey trousers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'blazer'
British English: blazer /ˈbleɪzə/ NOUN
A blazer is a kind of jacket.
- American English: blazer
- Arabic: بِليزَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: blazer
- Chinese: 亮色运动夹克
- Croatian: sportska jakna
- Czech: sako
- Danish: blazer
- Dutch: blazer jasje
- European Spanish: blazer
- Finnish: bleiseri
- French: blazer
- German: Blazer
- Greek: μπλέιζερ
- Italian: blazer
- Japanese: ブレザー
- Korean: 블레이저
- Norwegian: blazer
- Polish: marynarka
- European Portuguese: blazer
- Romanian: blazer
- Russian: блейзер
- Spanish: chaqueta
- Swedish: blazer
- Thai: เสื้อแจ๊กเก็ตกีฬาหรือโรงเรียน
- Turkish: blazer
- Ukrainian: блейзер
- Vietnamese: áo khoác mỏng
Definition of blazer from the Collins English Dictionary
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