Definition of catsuit in English:

catsuit

Line breaks: cat|suit
Pronunciation: /ˈkatsuːt
 
/

noun

A woman’s close-fitting one-piece garment with trouser legs, covering the body from the neck to the feet.
More example sentences
  • Pencil skirts, pedal pushers (with black vinyl bottoms on a mock croc print), catsuits and zipped jackets combine to form a strong urban theme.
  • Expect all the hits from the film as the cast transport you back to the days of leather jackets, skin tight catsuits, hipsters and squares.
  • She grinned as she laid out her new outfit; it was a latex catsuit, complete with built-in socks for her feet, and gloves for her hands.

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