Definition of 'swimsuit'
Example sentences containing 'swimsuit'
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The whole swimsuit issue has been about artificial advantage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was not expecting great things from himself this week but marriage to a swimsuit model has not diminished his basic instincts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Cue full-on panic at the prospect of having to wear a swimsuit in public. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She then changes into a one-piece swimsuit to pose on the bonnet. The Sun (2014)WHAT makes you feel confident enough to wear an unforgiving swimsuit? The Sun (2012)Here she is in Miami wearing a swimsuit for cash, filming her show. The Sun (2012)Let's hope she was elsewhere - in a red swimsuit. The Sun (2012)She modelled the swimsuit on Majorca before filming her first scenes for the ITV show. The Sun (2015)
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Used Rarely. swimsuit is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'swimsuit'
British English: swimsuit /ˈswɪmˌsuːt; -ˌsjuːt/ NOUN
A swimsuit is a piece of clothing that is worn for swimming, especially by women and girls.
She wore a floral swimsuit.
- American English: swimsuit
- Arabic: ثُوْبُ السِّبَاحَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: roupa de banho
- Chinese: 泳装
- Croatian: kupaći kostim
- Czech: plavky dámské
- Danish: badedragt
- Dutch: badpak
- European Spanish: bañador
- Finnish: uimapuku
- French: maillot de bain
- German: Badeanzug
- Greek: μαγιό
- Italian: costume da bagno
- Japanese: 水着
- Korean: 수영복
- Norwegian: badedrakt
- Polish: kostium kąpielowy
- European Portuguese: fato de banho
- Romanian: costum de baie
- Russian: купальник
- Spanish: traje de baño
- Swedish: baddräkt
- Thai: ชุดว่ายน้ำ
- Turkish: mayo
- Ukrainian: купальник
- Vietnamese: quần áo bơi
Definition of swimsuit from the Collins English Dictionary
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