Jumpsuit (noun)

A one-piece garment that covers the body from the neck to the ankles, typically with long sleeves and legs and a zipper or snaps at the front.

Origin:

From the phrase "jump into" meaning putting on a clothing item quickly, and "suit" meaning a set of clothes.

Examples:

  1. She wore a blue jumpsuit to the party.
  2. The astronaut put on his jumpsuit before the mission.
  3. The jumpsuit was a popular fashion trend in the 1970s.
  4. The jumpsuit was made of a lightweight, breathable fabric.
  5. The jumpsuit was a convenient and stylish alternative to traditional separates.
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