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tights

noun [plural]
 
/taɪts/
A2 UK ( US pantyhose) a piece of women's clothing made of very thin material that covers the legs and bottom: a pair of black tights Stockings, tights and socks
the same type of clothing made from thicker material and worn by dancers and people doing physical exercises for health: Ballet students should wear a leotard and tights.Sportswear and swimwear
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