Definition of treggings in English:

treggings

Line breaks: treg|gings
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɛgɪŋz
 
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noun

  • Women’s leggings that are designed to resemble a pair of trousers.
    More example sentences
    • If I've misjudged the hot pants, then what else? The treggings and shoe-boot combination? The T-shirt dress and the skinny jeans? Are my feet too old for gladiator sandals?
    • But I am not formal - I wore treggings to teach in today!
    • If you like the look of a legging, but the feel of a trouser, then treggings are ideal for you.

Origin

early 21st century: blend of trousers and leggings.

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