leisure suit


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leisure suit

n.
A suit for informal wear, consisting of a shirtlike jacket and matching slacks.

lei′sure suit`


n.
a man's casual suit, consisting of trousers and a matching jacket styled like a shirt.
[1970–75, Amer.]
Translations

leisure suit

n (Am) → tuta da ginnastica
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LEISURE SUIT LARRY PC/PS4/SWITCH, ADVENTURE, PS34.99 Leisure Suit Larry made waves in the 1990s, thanks to its juvenile (but finely judged) comedy and the promise of provocative pixels.
Wagner: Having experienced the formative years in the '70s, I never have and never will wear a leisure suit (polyester at that).
Plus of course there is Antonio Conte, who prowled the touchline here in his sloppy Sunday blue nylon leisure suit. Conte has spent large parts of the season in the familiar posture of wronged superstar manager, another Chelsea coach whose only failing is the failure of others to spend adequately on his command, betrayed by the human clay at his disposal.
While programming scenes for "Leisure Suit Larry," I wrote a backstory for a game.
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My purple and green "leisure suit" was a perfect match with my gold sunglasses and big hair wig!
Flared Pants: Ah yes, the 1970s are making a strong comeback (as continuously evidenced by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and his fresh updates on the leisure suit).
I had bought the thin soft cotton garments in the belief they were a loose leisure suit for summer.
"I'm still waiting for the mayor of show business to show up and kick me out of the formal party because I'm wearing a leisure suit," he quips.
If you only Playing a host of different parts, the actors romp through iconic stories such as Sinbad and Ali Baba (albeit with the broadest of Welsh accents - making him, um, Valley Baba?) as well as less well-worn tales (the flatulent rich man in his gold leisure suit, anyone?) with consummate verve.
Playing a host of different parts, the actors romp through iconic stories such as Sinbad and Ali Baba (albeit with the broadest of Welsh accents - making him, um, Valley Baba?) as well as less wellworn tales (the flatulent rich man in his gold leisure suit, anyone?) with consummate verve.
The atmosphere was familiar, like a dream of the '80s or that weird teenage trip where you thought you were trapped in a screenshot from Leisure Suit Larry: electric purple and reflective flatness.