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leotard

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈliː.ə.tɑːd/ US  /-tɑːrd/
a tight piece of clothing that covers the body but not the legs, usually worn by female dancers or women doing physical exercise
(女舞蹈演員或女運動員穿的)緊身衣,體操服
Sportswear and swimwearBallet
Translations of “leotard”
in Spanish malla, leotardo…
in Korean 레오타드…
in Arabic ثَوب الراقِص…
in Portuguese malha collant (para ginástica)…
in French maillot (de danse)…
in German der Gymnastikanzug…
in Catalan mallot…
in Japanese レオタード…
in Italian calzamaglia…
in Chinese (Simplified) (女舞蹈演员或女运动员穿的)紧身衣,体操服…
(Definition of leotard from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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