Definition of trackie in English:

trackie

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noun

[usually as modifier] British informal
  • 1A tracksuit: trackie bottoms
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    • After all, with more people working from home, how much more comfortable is it to pull on a trendy pair of trackie bottoms or jeans than a skirt and tights?
    • Keen to blend Gold Rush-era style with modern practicality, one customer has paired a cowboy shirt with trackie bottoms.
    • Sometimes when I go, there's a bloke with long hair and he wears a sleeveless vest and trackie bottoms.
  • 1.1 (trackies) Tracksuit trousers.
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    • Not that I wander around in tweed jackets, nylon trackies or sandals, you understand, but the latest trends in clothing tend to pass me by.
    • My crime was that I was not legitimately, gently jogging with my loved one, in matching velour trackies and ‘hi-tops’, to see what the latest offers are in the garden centre.
    • Daniel hurriedly changed into a pair of black trackies and a white-collar shirt.

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