Definition of drysuit in English:

drysuit

Syllabification: dry·suit
Pronunciation: /ˈdrīˌso͞ot
 
/

noun

A waterproof rubber suit worn for water sports and diving, under which warm clothes can be worn.
More example sentences
  • Clad in thermal underwear, a drysuit, flippers and gloves, and wearing weights on her legs and belt, she set off at midnight.
  • Sarah and Jim entered the water, snug and warm in their drysuits.
  • On the following year's trip I was warm in a drysuit and helped take the next batch of novice divers in.

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