Definition of British warm in English:

British warm

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noun

  • A short, thick military overcoat or duffel coat.
    More example sentences
    • The original British warm takes its fabric and styling from the greatcoats worn by officers during the First World War.
    • In London yesterday straight-backed gentlemen in British warms and rows of medals saluted as wreaths were laid at the war memorial unveiled at Hyde Park Corner.
    • We were issued with British warms, Spine Pads, neck Protectors & goggles, evidently we were to have a ‘place in the sun’.

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