(noun) a twill-weave worsted, cotton, or spun-rayon fabric
(noun) an ankle-length loose coat or frock worn by men, esp by Jews, in the Middle Ages
(noun) any of various other garments made of gabardine, esp a child's raincoat
Use "gabardines" in a sentence
""Butte, America" is what we called it, because we were proud then and our town became famous and our men wore Oxfords, gabardines, fedoras."
"It has smoke-filled stations and gabardines, a cursory but efficient sketch of Bletchley life – Georgia King puts in a shrewd turn as a yappy and randy upper-class code-breaker – and some skimpy scenes with Churchill's private secretary."
"Juntam-se em pequenos grupos durante a noite, vestidos com gabardines, perucas, etc."