Step-in meaning

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Put on by stepping into.

A step-in robe.

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Panties with wide legs.
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A step-in garment.
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Put on by being stepped into.

A step-in dress.

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A step-in garment.
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(old-fashioned) Short underpants worn by women.
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(also in plural) An item of clothing which one steps into to put on; specifically, women's panties.
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(intransitive) To act as a replacement or substitute.
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(intransitive) To get involved; to act.
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Origin of step-in

  • From step + in.

    From Wiktionary