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lei·sure·wear

 (lēzh′ər-wâr′, lĕzh′ər-)
n.
Informal, comfortable clothing designed for wear while resting or relaxing.
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leisurewear

(ˈlɛʒəwɛə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit informal clothing worn when the wearer is not working, for example at weekends or on holiday
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Translations
oloasu

leisurewear

[ˈlɛʒərwɛər] leisure wear (British) nvêtements mpl de loisirs, vêtements mpl de loisir
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Mr Davies is keen to expand the football merchandising activities of his sportswear company, S'porter, which supplies leisurewear branded with the clubs' logos to Liverpool, Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.