judogi


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judogi

(dʒʊˈdəʊɡɪ)
n
(Judo & Karate) a white two-piece cotton costume worn during judo contests
[from Japanese]

judogi

costume
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The shy 17-year-old looked ill at ease as she entered the arena in an ill-fitting judogi (a judoka's white robe) that appeared several sizes too big.
Dressed in a white judogi and black belt, Putin, 57, floored young team members within seconds and even overpowered the chief trainer Olympic gold medallist Ezio Gamba.
Putin entered the hall of St Petersburg's School of Sport Mastery dressed in a white judogi and black belt to applause from the assembled squad.
Three times a week, 8-year-old Robert Tanaka puts on a judogi (uniform), goes to his dojo (school), and trains with his fellow judokas (students).
The bouts take place on a tatami, a mat, and all judokas wear loose fitting uniforms called judogi.
CYPRES, FAMBLE and VIXENS are found in the Second Edition, QUEAZY, CYPRES and VIXENS are found in OSPD3, and TOWBAR and JUDOGI (judo garb) are found in the on-line Penguin Rhyming Dictionary, and in more than 5,000 Internet references each.
The crowds now know that the participants are known as judokas rather than players, and they wear judogi - not bath robes