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overall

noun /ˈəuvəroːl/
a garment worn over ordinary clothes to protect them from dirt etc
guardapolvo, bata
She wears an overall when cleaning the house.
overalls noun plural a type of trousers or suit made of hard-wearing materials worn usually over ordinary clothes by workmen etc to protect them from dirt etc The painter put on his overalls before starting work I’ll need a clean pair of overalls tomorrow.
(Definition of overall from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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