rompers


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romp·er

 (rŏm′pər)
n.
1. One that romps.
2. also rompers Any of various one-piece garments, often having short gathered legs, for infants or children.
3. A jumpsuit that has shorts.

rompers

(ˈrɒmpəz)
pl n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a one-piece baby garment consisting of trousers and a bib with straps
2. (Clothing & Fashion) NZ a type of costume worn by schoolgirls for games and gymnastics
Translations

rompers

[ˈrɒmpəz] romper suit [ˈrɒmpəˌsuːt] NPLmono msing, pelele msing

rompers

[ˈrɒmpərz] nplbarboteuse f

rompers

pl (also pair of rompers)einteiliger Spielanzug

rompers

[ˈrɒmpəz] npltutina, pagliaccetto
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But it will be rompers next--and then trousers--and in no time he will be grown-up," she sighed.
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