blazer


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blaz·er

 (blā′zər)
n.
A lightweight sports coat having pockets and notched lapels.

blazer

(ˈbleɪzə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a fairly lightweight jacket, often striped or in the colours of a sports club, school, etc

blaz•er

(ˈbleɪ zər)

n.
1. something that blazes or shines brightly.
2. a solid color or striped sports jacket with metal buttons, patch pockets, and sometimes an insignia on the breast pocket.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blazer - lightweight single-breasted jacketblazer - lightweight single-breasted jacket; often striped in the colors of a club or school
jacket - a short coat
Translations
بِليزَرسِتْرَةٌ فَضْفاضَةٌ
blejzrkabáteksako
blazer
bleiseri
sportska jakna
blézer
bleiserjakki, stakur léttur jakki
ブレザー
블레이저
palaidas švarkelis
bleizersvējjaka
blejzer
jopič
blazer
เสื้อแจ๊กเก็ตกีฬาหรือโรงเรียน
armalı ceketblazer
áo khoác mỏng

blazer

[ˈbleɪzəʳ] N (= jacket) → chaqueta f de sport, blazer m

blazer

[ˈbleɪzər] n (= jacket) → blazer m

blazer

nBlazer m (also Sch), → Klubjacke f

blazer

[ˈbleɪzəʳ] nblazer m inv

blazer

(ˈbleizə) noun
a type of jacket, often part of a school uniform.

blazer

بِليزَر sako blazer Blazer μπλέιζερ blazer, chaqueta bleiseri blazer sportska jakna blazer ブレザー 블레이저 blazer blazer marynarka blazer блейзер blazer เสื้อแจ๊กเก็ตกีฬาหรือโรงเรียน blazer áo khoác mỏng 亮色运动夹克
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile Raffles rejoined me, with a covert coat over his blazer, and a soft felt hat set carelessly on the curly head he shook with a smile as I passed him the decanter.
From this case he selected a "bit," capable of drilling a hole an inch in diameter, and fitted it to a small but very strong steel "brace." Then he took off his covert-coat and his blazer, spread them neatly on the top step--knelt on them--turned up his shirt cuffs--and went to work with brace-and-bit near the key-hole.
Raffles himself had merely discarded his dining jacket for one of his innumerable blazers. Yet he arched his eyebrows as though I had dragged him from his bed.
A man in a blue and white blazer addressed my brother, full of strange tidings.
She had not even the power of attending to what she was herself saying, so that a dog running in front of her or the passing of a man in a loud blazer would call forth a remark and then she would forget what she had been speaking of.
The quaint back streets of Kingston, where they came down to the water's edge, looked quite picturesque in the flashing sunlight, the glinting river with its drifting barges, the wooded towpath, the trim-kept villas on the other side, Harris, in a red and orange blazer, grunting away at the sculls, the distant glimpses of the grey old palace of the Tudors, all made a sunny picture, so bright but calm, so full of life, and yet so peaceful, that, early in the day though it was, I felt myself being dreamily lulled off into a musing fit.
He was dressed in a cherry-coloured blazer, knickerbockers, red stockings, and bicycle shoes, with a red flannel cap at the back of the head.
When you have agreed to our terms, insert a suitable notice in the agony column of the "Morning Blazer." We shall then acquaint you with our plan for transferring the sum mentioned.
A young lady sprawled with dreamy eyes in a moored boat, in company of a lunch basket, a champagne bottle, and an enamoured man in a blazer. Bare-legged boys flirted sweetly with ragged maidens, slept on stone steps, gambolled with dogs.
Westmacott, and the lawn was gay in the evening with the blazers of the young men and the bright dresses of the girls.
Now though, the grey check blazer has become a style staple for women - everybody's got at least one in their wardrobe - and suit jackets aren't just for office workers any more.
A What your family don't know is that a singlebreasted, sharply cut blazer is your new office best friend.