1A sleeveless jerkin consisting only of front and back pieces with a hole for the head: the caretaker with her pale blue nylon tabard on riders wear the same numbered tabard for each event
More example sentences
- He was wearing boots, blue trousers and a distinctive fluorescent sleeveless tabard.
- We tried wearing colourful tabards and polo shirts but no one wanted to go the full way and move into these ‘child friendly’ outfits.
- He was wearing a dark coloured bobble hat and a dark jacket with a fluorescent yellow sleeveless tabard over the top.
Middle English: from Old French tabart, of unknown origin.
Definition of tabard in:
- The US English dictionary