Definition of workwear in English:

workwear

Line breaks: work|wear
Pronunciation: /ˈwəːkwɛː
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Heavy-duty clothes for physical or manual work.
More example sentences
  • We divested ourselves of the fetters of daily workwear and suitably wrapped in kimono style robes approached the tub.
  • ‘I was particularly proud of that gown because I'm still working on workwear, so it was my first attempt at bridalwear,’ she says.
  • In his series ‘Invisible’, the subjects are united only by their fluorescent orange workwear; the irony being that jackets specifically designed to be highly visible seem to only underline the invisibility of those who wear them.

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