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tog

noun uk   /tɒɡ/  us   /tɑːɡ/

tog noun (UNIT)

tog noun (CLOTHES)

togs [plural] informal clothes: Get your togs on, love, then we can go. Australian English informal for swimming costume or swimming trunks

tog

verb uk   /tɒɡ/  us   /tɑːɡ/ informal
be/get yourself togged up/out to dress yourself in clothes that are specially for a particular occasion or activity: We got (ourselves) togged up in walking gear for the hike. They were all togged out in dinner jackets and ballgowns.
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