Definition of 'overalls'
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There were diagonal smears of black on his overalls seat where he always wiped his greasy hands. THE QUEST FOR K (1993)It looked more like a man; a tall, thin man wearing workman's overalls. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (1993)
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Used Occasionally. overalls is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'overalls'
British English: overalls /ˈəʊvərɔːlz/ NOUN
Overalls consist of a single piece of clothing that combines trousers and a jacket. You wear overalls over your clothes in order to protect them while you are working.
...workers in blue overalls.
- American English: overalls
- Arabic: بَدْلَةُ الْعَمَلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: macacão
- Chinese: 工作服
- Croatian: kombinezon
- Czech: montérky kombinéza
- Danish: overalls
- Dutch: overal
- European Spanish: mono de trabajo
- Finnish: haalarit työhaalari tms.
- French: bleu de travail
- German: Overall
- Greek: φόρμα εργασίας
- Italian: tuta
- Japanese: オーバーオール
- Korean: 작업복
- Norwegian: kjeledress
- Polish: kombinezon roboczy
- European Portuguese: macacão
- Romanian: salopetă
- Russian: рабочая одежда
- Spanish: overoles
- Swedish: overall
- Thai: เสื้อคลุมที่สวมเพื่อกันเปื้อน
- Turkish: tulum giysi
- Ukrainian: комбінезон
- Vietnamese: bộ quần áo bảo hộ
Definition of overalls from the Collins English Dictionary
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