Definition of 'tracksuit'
Example sentences containing 'tracksuit'
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Everyone takes drugs and wears tracksuits. Times, Sunday Times (2016)England arrived at Wembley with poppies on their tracksuit tops. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I used to think of trainers and tracksuit as the uniform of the criminal class. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She usually wears tracksuits with a T-shirt or sweatshirt and trainers and uses a number of aliases, police said. The Sun (2016)She was generally seen wearing a tracksuit and trainers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The one bad call of the show was sending male models down the catwalk in tracksuit trousers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He comes in wearing big baggy tracksuits and big trainers. The Sun (2012)The attacker was white and wearing a cap and tracksuit bottoms. The Sun (2015)He said he was in a shopping centre and not wearing his tracksuit. The Sun (2009)Going into the palace in a tracksuit and trainers worried me. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some wore football tops and tucked their tracksuit trousers into their socks. The Sun (2006)One of the guys arrested had blood all over his tracksuit bottoms. The Sun (2010)Sometimes coaches would complain to me that a young player was wearing the wrong kind of tracksuit trousers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So, not a tracksuit top at all. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The screaming was coming from a middle-aged woman in trainers and a tracksuit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)How regularly do you feel the need to throw off the tennis clothes and tracksuits and glam up a bit in a smart dress? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wearing a white tracksuit and baseball cap, he used a stick to climb the stairs on to a chartered jet. The Sun (2009)He said he has yet to decide whether to wear a tracksuit or a suit, although the smart money is on the latter. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The rise of the tracksuit reached an all-time high as our Olympic hopefuls wore the standout white and gold tracksuits at the opening ceremony. The Sun (2012)
Trends of 'tracksuit'
Used Rarely. tracksuit is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'tracksuit'
British English: tracksuit /ˈtrækˌsuːt; -ˌsjuːt/ NOUN
A tracksuit is a loose, warm suit consisting of trousers and a top, worn mainly when exercising.
- American English: sweatsuit
- Arabic: بَدْلَةُ التَدْرِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: roupa esportiva
- Chinese: 休闲衣裤
- Croatian: trenirka
- Czech: tepláková souprava
- Danish: træningsdragt
- Dutch: trainingspak
- European Spanish: chándal
- Finnish: verryttelypuku
- French: survêtement
- German: Trainingsanzug
- Greek: φόρμα γυμναστικής
- Italian: tuta da ginnastica
- Japanese: トラックスーツ
- Korean: 운동복
- Norwegian: treningsdrakt
- Polish: dres
- European Portuguese: fato de treino
- Romanian: trening
- Russian: спортивный костюм
- Spanish: sudadera
- Swedish: träningsoverall
- Thai: ชุดกีฬา
- Turkish: eşofman
- Ukrainian: спортивний костюм
- Vietnamese: bộ quần áo thể thao
Definition of tracksuit from the Collins English Dictionary
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