protective garment


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Noun1.protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
apron - a garment of cloth or leather or plastic that is tied about the waist and worn to protect your clothing
arm guard, arm pad - a pad worn by football players and hockey goalkeepers
athletic supporter, jockstrap, suspensor, jock, supporter - a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise
biohazard suit - a loose one-piece garment worn to protect the wearer against dangerous biological or chemical agents
body pad - a pad worn by hockey goalkeeper
chest protector - protective garment consisting of a pad worn in baseball by catchers and by football players
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
coverall - a loose-fitting protective garment that is worn over other clothing
diving dress, diving suit - a weighted and hermetically sealed garment supplied with air; worn by underwater divers
elbow pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn over the elbow by football and hockey players
foul-weather gear - protective garment that is intended to keep the wearer dry and warm in bad weather
hip pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn by football and hockey players
knee pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn by football or baseball or hockey players
pressure suit - protective garment consisting of an inflatable suit for space or high altitude flying
shin guard, shinpad - a stiff protective garment worn by hockey players or a catcher in baseball to protect the shins
shoulder pad - protective garment consisting of a hard rounded pad worn by football players to protect their shoulders
thigh pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn over the thighs by football players
throat protector - protective garment worn by hockey goalkeeper and catcher in baseball
wrist pad - protective garment consisting of a pad worn by football players
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Medical staff entered the coach in protective gear and removed the woman in a protective garment and face mask.
The Huffington Post recently published a letter from one worker saying that the Liberian government's health care system was "overwhelmed" and noting that the largest hospital in the country didn't have a single Ebola protective garment.
Dupont has won a case at a court at The Hague in the Netherlands against a protective garment manufacturer which it said infringed patents.
Mackay insisted the protective garment would be more like a headband around the cut above his right eye rather than the 'Phantom' masks made popular by the likes of Paul Gascoigne to speed up playing returns from cheek and eye-socket injuries.
Ed Schmitt, North American regional executive for BCB International, said the protective garment shields the lower abdominal area of the body, including the groin, from road-side bombs blasts and from infectious materials caused by debris forced into a wound.
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Choosing the right protective garment can limit the risk of contamination by people.
Wearing a thick and heavy protective garment on top of a cotton shirt meant that as soon as you start walking round the officer would be soaked through with sweat.
A chlorine compound in this protective garment helps protect crime fighters:
The degree of penetration also is directly influenced by the thickness of the lead or "lead equivalent" material in the protective garment.
Throughout the ages, individuals threatened with weapons sought to protect themselves from injury through some form of protective garment.
Changing his protective garment, bathing him and even combing his hair will generally elicit a combative response.

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