A coarse twilled cotton fabric used for uniforms and sometimes work or sports clothes.(noun)
Trousers made of a coarse twilled cotton. Often used in the plural.(noun)
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Use "chino" in a sentence
"The word "chino" can refer more widely to the durable twill fabric."
"She says working in D.F. has been significantly impacting on her practice: "On my first visit to Mexico City two years ago, I was blown away by how differently my body circulated here, how the very arrival of my brown skin and 'chino' hair could itself become a performance art event."
"Even if it's a simple chino or pant from the High Street."