leisure suit
noun Date: 1975 a suit consisting of a shirt jacket and matching trousers for informal wear

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  • leisure suit — leisure ,suit noun count AMERICAN an informal men s suit, common in the 1970s, consisting of pants and a jacket that is similar to a shirt …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • leisure suit — ☆ leisure suit n. a man s suit, designed for casual wear, having the jacket styled like a shirt, typically with a button front, and usually worn without a necktie …   English World dictionary

  • Leisure suit — A leisure suit is a fashion of the 1970s, consisting of a shirtlike jacket and matching pants, [ [http://www.hfmgv.org/exhibits/pic/2004/leisure/teenagers.asp June 2004 Pic of the Month at the Henry Ford Museum] ] usually made of stretchable… …   Wikipedia

  • leisure suit — noun : a suit consisting of a shirt jacket and matching trousers for informal wear * * * noun, pl ⋯ suits [count] : an informal suit that includes a jacket and matching pants * * * ˈleisure suit f11 [leisure suit] noun (NAmE …   Useful english dictionary

  • leisure suit — lei′sure suit n. clo a man s casual suit, consisting of trousers and a matching jacket styled like a shirt • Etymology: 1970–75, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • leisure suit — a man s casual suit, consisting of trousers and a matching jacket styled like a shirt, often made in pastel colors. [1970 75, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • leisure suit — n. casual two piece suit for men that consists of a jacket styled like a shirt and matching pants …   English contemporary dictionary

  • leisure suit — noun (C) AmE an informal suit popular during the 1970s, consisting of a shirt like jacket and trousers made of the same material …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Leisure Suit — …   Википедия

  • leisure suit — /ˈlɛʒə sut/ (say lezhuh sooht) noun a menswear garment in a style popular in the 1970s, comprising a jacket and pants, usually in bright colours or bold designs …   Australian English dictionary

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