beachwear


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beach·wear

 (bēch′wâr′)
n.
Clothing appropriate for swimming, boating, or sunning.

beachwear

(ˈbiːtʃwɛə)
n
swimsuits, etc, worn at the beach

beach•wear

(ˈbitʃˌwɛər)

n.
clothing for wear at a beach, swimming pool, or the like.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.beachwear - clothing to be worn at a beachbeachwear - clothing to be worn at a beach  
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
Translations

beachwear

[ˈbiːtʃwɛəʳ] Nropa f de playa

beachwear

[ˈbiːtʃwɛər] n (= clothes) → tenues fpl de plage

beachwear

[ˈbiːtʃˌwɛəʳ] nabbigliamento da spiaggia
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The new M&S High Summer Collection features ruched tops, flimsy, sexy beachwear, white silk combat trousers and a khaki parka made of delicate parachute silk.
Besides women's and men's wear, his lines now include children's clothing, lingerie, beachwear, accessories and perfume.
Its products include bras, underwear, nightwear, swim and beachwear, formalwear and casualwear, jackets and coats, babywear and socks.
As winter draws to a close and sun seekers plan their hols, Dunnes has launched the ultimate range of beachwear that's colourful and cute with a sexy undercurrent.
The models must just be hoping she has not found inspiration for a new way to exhibit her beachwear collections.
The new Okabashi collection offers women a versatile accessory that easily matches beachwear, yet is sophisticated enough to compliment a cool summer wrap, a playful skirt, and a favorite sundress.
IRELAND's Miss World hopeful Aoife Cogan set pulses racing in China yesterday when she showed off her figure in the Beachwear Final.
He presented beachwear with a twist with his black bikini and sheer, white tunic - slashed from the neck to the waist.
Recent development of successful segments: jeans, lingerie and beachwear, and children's wear
Innovative Hiroko Ito's eye-catching beachwear was on the catwalk at Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.
French designer Olivier chose the aquatic creature to decorate his beachwear collection at a show in Dusseldorf, Germany.