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Remember when we all used to wear baggy, loose jeans and we thought that was really cool? The Sun (2016)And has the trend for baggy leather trousers really taken off? Times, Sunday Times (2012)White socks became widely available and shorts were baggy and billowing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Work is very casual so office wear is usually a pair of jeans and a baggy top. The Sun (2012)Wearing baggy clothes and wanting to be in control at meals are usual. The Sun (2009)It involves wearing a short skirt or baggy jumper with boots that reach above the knee. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Who would have thought those great legs were lurking beneath the baggy jeans? The Sun (2008)She wore hats and baggy clothes to hide her real identity when she met them. The Sun (2012)Well she certainly did in those baggy jeans and sweats. The Sun (2006)She became depressed and would hide her figure with layers of baggy clothes. The Sun (2010)But she is unlikely to be wearing baggy jeans and a hard hat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Not to mention their baggy trousers. The Sun (2011)He stood sweating in the dock wearing a baggy T-shirt. The Sun (2015)You're a bit baggy under your eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Unless your trousers are baggy, large boxer shorts will not fit well. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Sadly, we do not live in baggy trouser times. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I would prefer them a little straighter as they are a bit baggy. The Sun (2015)I lived in leggings and baggy jumpers. The Sun (2015)I would love to wear something other than a big baggy T-shirt this summer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I wore baggy T-shirts and loved playing football. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'baggy'
British English: baggy /ˈbæɡɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Baggy clothes hang loosely on your body.
...a baggy jumper.
- American English: baggy
- Arabic: مُنْتَفِخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: folgado frouxo
- Chinese: 袋状的
- Croatian: vrećast
- Czech: plandavý
- Danish: løs
- Dutch: flodderig
- European Spanish: ancho holgado
- Finnish: pussimainen
- French: ample
- German: ausgeleiert
- Greek: φαρδύς
- Italian: cascante
- Japanese: だぶだぶの
- Korean: 헐렁한
- Norwegian: posete
- Polish: workowaty
- European Portuguese: folgado frouxo
- Romanian: larg
- Russian: мешковатый
- Spanish: ancho
- Swedish: säckig
- Thai: โป่งหรือพองเหมือนถุง
- Turkish: bol
- Ukrainian: безформний
- Vietnamese: rộng lùng phùng
Definition of baggy from the Collins English Dictionary
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