Definition of unisex in English:

unisex

Syllabification: u·ni·sex
Pronunciation: /ˈyo͞onəˌseks
 
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adjective

  • (Especially of clothing or hairstyles) designed to be suitable for both sexes.
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    • After all, jeans are a relatively unisex piece of clothing, right?
    • This means a basic, unisex, T-shirt program is a volume program, where hundreds, even thousands of units are being prepared for a giveaway or as a premium to promote anything and everything under the sun.
    • They'd dressed Sam in the usual unisex white jumpsuit, showing no imagination at all.
    Synonyms
    gender-neutral, androgynous, epicene; coed, mixed

noun

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  • A style in which men and women look and dress in a similar way.
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    • Only 16 percent of those who identify themselves as conservatives approve of unisex, while 34 percent of those who call themselves liberals are fond of the look.

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