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pyjamasnoun [plural]

UK (US pajamas) uk   us   /pɪˈdʒɑː.məz/
B2 mainly UK soft, loose clothing that is worn in bed and consists of trousers and a type of shirt: I need a new pair of pyjamas.
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in Arabic بيجاما…
in Korean 파자마…
in Malaysian pijama…
in French pyjama…
in Turkish pijama…
in Italian pigiama…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睡衣褲, (某些亞洲國家人所穿的)束腰寬鬆褲…
in Russian пижама…
in Polish piżama…
in Vietnamese bộ đồ ngủ…
in Spanish pijama…
in Portuguese pijama…
in Thai เสื้อกางเกงชุดนอนเข้าชุดกัน…
in German der Schlafanzug…
in Catalan pijama…
in Japanese パジャマ…
in Indonesian piyama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睡衣裤, (某些亚洲国家人所穿的)束腰宽松裤…
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