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tog

 (tŏg, tôg) Informal
n.
1. togs Clothes: gardening togs.
2. A coat or cloak.
tr.v. togged, tog·ging, togs
To dress or clothe: togged herself in ski pants.

[Short for obsolete togeman, from obsolete French togue, cloak, from Latin toga, garment; see toga.]

togs

(tɒɡz)
pl n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) clothes
2. (Clothing & Fashion) Austral and NZ and Irish a swimming costume
[from tog1]

Toggery, Togs

 clothes collectively, 1812.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.togs - informal terms for clothingtogs - informal terms for clothing    
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
Translations

togs

[ˈtɒgz] npl (= clothes) → fringues fpl

togs

pl (inf)Sachen pl, → Klamotten pl (inf), → Zeug nt

togs

[tɒgz] npl (fam) (clothes) → vestiti mpl
References in classic literature ?
All right, then, I'll do it; but I could carry it just as handy in my own togs.
Then he would enjoy their consternation at sight of a naked white boy trapped in the war togs of a black warrior and roaming the jungle with only a great ape as his companion.
Chuckling] He'll have to pay for all those togs you have been wearing today; and that, with the hire of the jewellery, will make a big hole in two hundred pounds.
One was a young man in a worn and ragged uniform of the British Royal Air Forces, the other, a young woman in the even more disreputable remnants of what once had been trim riding togs.
These harbour togs gave to his thick figure an air of stiff and uncouth smartness.
We were given a suit of sailor togs each, a barrel of water, two casks, one of junk and one of biscuits, and a compass.
I had the luck to get clear away through knowing every brick of those back-garden walls, and the double luck to have these togs with the rest over at Chelsea.
said the old German, good-humoredly ; “if I vas as I vas ven I servit mit his grand-fader on ter lakes, ter lazy tog shouldn’t vin ter prize as for nottin’.
The Office Group (TOG) and Blackstone Real Estate Partners Europe V (Blackstone) are pleased to announce that Blackstone has agreed to acquire a majority interest in TOG from Lloyd Dorfman CBE putting an enterprise value on TOG of approximately 500m.
And they reveal that the Queen is one of the biggest TOGs of all.
Paula Gascoigne, chief executive of Smile For Life Children's Charity, said: "We are so excited to be holding our fifth Tea and Togs, and this year looks set to be the biggest and best yet.
Toronto-based Bonnie Togs, with 59 retail outlets in Canada, operates in the childrena[euro](tm)s apparel and accessories sector.