skort
noun Etymology: blend of 1skirt and shorts Date: 1951 a pair of shorts made to resemble a skirt (as with an overlapping front panel)

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  • skort-? — *skort ? germ.?, Substantiv: nhd. Rinde?; ne. bark (Neutrum); Rekontruktionsbasis: ahd.; Etymologie: idg. *skerd , *kerd , Verb, schneiden, Pokorny 940; …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • skørt — sb., et, er, erne, i sms. skørte , fx skørteklædt …   Dansk ordbog

  • Skort — A skort is a pair of women s shorts with a flap of fabric in front to make it look like a skirt. The term skort (a portmanteau of skirt and shorts) is used idiomatically in some regions. While some garments sold as culottes resemble short… …   Wikipedia

  • Skort — Ein Skort ist ein kurzer Rock mit innen eingearbeiteten Shorts. Sprachlich handelt es sich um eine Zusammenziehung der englischen Wörter „skirt“ (= Rock) und „short“ (= kurze Hose). Getragen werden Skorts besonders beim Sport, besonders beim… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • skort — noun a pair of shorts designed to look like a skirt via the addition of large swathes of fabric Always feminine, Faith preferred to wear a skirt when possible, but for reasons of modesty she compromised by wearing a skort to amusement parks where …   Wiktionary

  • skört — s ( et, skört) KLÄD del av klädesplagg som hänger ned, frackskört …   Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok

  • skort — /skawrt/, n. a women s garment resembling a short skirt but having individual leg sections usually covered by a flap in front. [1985 90; b. SKIRT + SHORT(S)] * * * [skôrt] n. shorts with full legs and a central flap in front Origin: blend of and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • skort — /skawrt/, n. a women s garment resembling a short skirt but having individual leg sections usually covered by a flap in front. [1985 90; b. SKIRT + SHORT(S)] * * * …   Universalium

  • skort — South African Slang Origin: Afrikanerisms watch out, be careful …   English dialects glossary

  • skort — [[t]skɔrt[/t]] n. clo a women s garment resembling a short skirt but having individual leg sections usu. covered by a flap in front • Etymology: 1985–90; b. skirt and short(s) …   From formal English to slang

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