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also jump suit (jŭmp′so͞ot′)
1. A parachutist's uniform.
2. A one-piece garment consisting of a blouse or shirt with attached slacks or sometimes shorts. Also called jumper.
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1. a one-piece suit worn by parachutists for jumping.
2. a garment fashioned after it, usu. combining a shirt with shorts or trousers in one piece.
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Noun1.jumpsuit - one-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist's uniformjumpsuit - one-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist's uniform
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
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[ˈdʒʌmpsuːt] N (US) → mono m
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The jumpsuit was custom-made for Lee by a Hong Kong tailor, but is smaller than its original size, having shrunk by about 15 centimeters (6 inches) when it was washed after the filming, said the auction house's vice chairman, Anna Lee.
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weightlifting: Chinese superstar Liu Chiunhong has been forced to don a special jumpsuit and sweat off a few extra pounds after her trainer told her she was "too fat".Liu, the top-ranked woman lifter in the 69kg class, was banished from the weights room and told to don a navy-blue jumpsuit as the squad trained in public for the first time yesterday."I was ordered to lose weight because our trainer thinks I'm too fat," said the 23 year-old through an interpreter.She explained the suit was made of a special fabric that induces her to sweat out the extra pounds as she jogged on the street.
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