Definition of "tracksuit" [tracksuit]

  • A loose-fitting jacket and pants worn by athletes and exercisers usually before and after workouts. (noun)

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Use "tracksuit" in a sentence
  • "Damn, oh damn! His mother's wardrobe smelt sweeter and was bare, too, apart from a clown-like garment which he identified as a tracksuit in shades of crimson and grey, dangling like a cheerful marionette."
  • "(Aniston providing Vaughn with a macchiato in tracksuit eg) However, I also never shared the 2.0 hope that open API's would ever work outside of a parent company directive. (having been in an equatable media/online company situation before) I do hope that Yahoo-Flickr at least optimise a physical producer with relevant psychographic experience (unlike their Bangalore Podcasts) to deliver an 'interestingness' babe 'cluster' that is better than Nicks 'flickrlicio. us."
  • "Teenage delinquents roam the streets with baseball caps tipped at ninety degrees, imitation brand-label tracksuit bottoms with the trouser legs tucked into their socks and wearing lots of fake gold bling."