Definition of one-piece in English:

one-piece

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adjective

(Especially of an article of clothing) made or consisting of a single piece: a one-piece swimsuit
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  • As Lucia strode to her locker she passed a group of three girls slipping into their dark blue one-piece swimsuits.
  • The robe gapped open at the neck to reveal a bright yellow one-piece swimsuit.
  • Kathrine wore a purple one-piece swimsuit which she was not afraid to wear.

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An article of clothing made or consisting of a single piece: I was wearing a tight black one-piece
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  • There are attractive, yet attractively practical one-pieces which are nearly athletic in styling.
  • And she said she discovered that one-pieces could actually be sexy when she was shot for the cover of ‘Sports Illustrated’ in a one - piece.
  • For one-pieces, make sure the torso isn't too long.

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