tog Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “tog” in the English Dictionary

"tog" in British English

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uk   /tɒɡ/  us   /tɑːɡ/

tog noun (UNIT)

[C] UK a ​unit of ​measurementshowing the ​degree of ​warmth of a ​bedcover, ​especially a duvet

tog noun (CLOTHES)

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


uk   /tɒɡ/  us   /tɑːɡ/ informal
be/get yourself togged up/out UK to ​dress yourself in ​clothes that are ​specially for a ​particularoccasion or ​activity: We got (ourselves) togged up in ​walkinggear for the ​hike. They were all togged out indinnerjackets and ​ballgowns.
(Definition of tog from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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