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Meaning of “baggy” in the English Dictionary

"baggy" in British English

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baggyadjective

uk   us   /ˈbæɡ.i/
(of ​clothes) ​hangingloosely because of being too ​big or having been ​stretched: baggy ​trousers My ​T-shirt went all baggy in the ​wash.
(Definition of baggy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"baggy" in American English

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baggyadjective

 us   /ˈbæɡ·i/
(of ​clothes) ​hangingloosely because of being too ​big or having been ​stretched: a baggy ​sweater
(Definition of baggy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “baggy”
in Arabic فَضْفاض…
in Korean 헐렁한…
in Portuguese muito folgado, largo…
in Catalan ample, folgat…
in Japanese だぶだぶの…
in Chinese (Simplified) (衣服)肥大的,宽松下垂的…
in Turkish geniş, bol, sarkık…
in Russian мешковатый…
in Chinese (Traditional) (衣服)寬大的,寬鬆下垂的…
in Italian sformato…
in Polish luźny, workowaty…
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