Maillot meaning

mä-yō
A woman's one-piece swimsuit usually cut high on the leg.
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A pair of tights or a leotard made from a stretchable jersey fabric, worn for ballet or gymnastics.
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A swimsuit; esp., a one-piece swimsuit for women.
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A one-piece garment like this, worn by gymnasts, etc.
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A one-piece swimsuit (for women)
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A leotard or tights of stretchable jersey fabric, generally worn by dancers and gymnasts.
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Origin of maillot

  • French from Old French swaddling clothes from maille mesh from Latin macula

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From French maillot (“shirt, leotard").

    From Wiktionary