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swim·suit

 (swĭm′so͞ot′)
n.
A garment worn while swimming.
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swimsuit

(ˈswɪmˌsuːt; -ˌsjuːt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a woman's one-piece swimming garment that leaves the arms and legs bare
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bath′ing suit`

(ˈbeɪ ðɪŋ)
n.
a garment worn for swimming. Also called swimsuit.
[1870–75]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.swimsuit - tight fitting garment worn for swimmingswimsuit - tight fitting garment worn for swimming
bikini, two-piece - a woman's very brief bathing suit
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
maillot, tank suit - a woman's one-piece bathing suit
bathing trunks, swimming trunks - swimsuit worn by men while swimming
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swimsuit

noun swimming costume, swimwear, bathing suit, bikini, swimming trunks She came out to meet him in her swimsuit.
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Translations
plavky
badedragt
uimapuku
kupaći kostim
fürdõruha
sundbolur
水着
수영복
plavky
kopalke
baddräkt
ชุดว่ายน้ำ
quần áo bơi

swimsuit

[ˈswɪmsuːt] Ntraje m de baño, bañador m (Sp)
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swimsuit

[ˈswɪmsuːt] nmaillot m de bain
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swimsuit

nBadeanzug m
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swimsuit

[ˈswɪmˌsuːt] ncostume m da bagno (da donna)
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swim

(swim) present participle ˈswimming: past tense swam (swӕm) : past participle swum (swam) verb
1. to move through water using arms and legs or fins, tails etc. The children aren't allowed to go sailing until they've learnt to swim; I'm going / I've been swimming; She swam to the shore; They watched the fish swimming about in the aquarium.
2. to cross (a river etc), compete in (a race), cover (a distance etc) by swimming. He swam three lengths of the swimming-pool; She can't swim a stroke (= at all).
3. to seem to be moving round and round, as a result of dizziness etc. His head was swimming; Everything began to swim before his eyes.
noun
an act of swimming. We went for a swim in the lake.
ˈswimmer noun
a person who swims or who can swim. He's a strong swimmer.
ˈswimming adjective
covered with, or floating in, a liquid. meat swimming in/with grease.
ˈswimming-bath, ˈswimming-pool nouns
an indoor or outdoor pool for swimming in.
ˈswimming-trunks noun plural
short pants worn by boys and men for swimming.
ˈswimsuit, ˈswimming-costume nouns
a (woman's) garment worn for swimming.
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swimsuit

ثُوْبُ السِّبَاحَة plavky badedragt Badeanzug μαγιό bañador, traje de baño uimapuku maillot de bain kupaći kostim costume da bagno 水着 수영복 badpak badedrakt kostium kąpielowy fato de banho, roupa de banho купальник baddräkt ชุดว่ายน้ำ mayo quần áo bơi 泳装
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