Definition of skort in English:

skort

Syllabification: skort
Pronunciation: /skôrt
 
/

noun

chiefly North American
  • Shorts with full legs and a central flap in front.
    More example sentences
    • In the past few years the skirts have become skorts and the shirt has transformed into a fitted jersey.
    • Once they are removed her wings dissolve onto her turning her top into a shirt and her shorts into a skort.
    • Frankly, a film that is relying on the flesh ripping skill of its monster to scare your skorts off shouldn't be hiding its horror outside the frame.

Origin

blend of skirt and short (see shorts).

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