Definition of windcheater in English:

windcheater

Line breaks: wind|cheat¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪn(d)tʃiːtə
 
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noun

British
A wind-resistant jacket with a close-fitting neck, waistband, and cuffs.
More example sentences
  • Couples like his-and-her windcheaters, sunglasses and hats.
  • Now, you just cannot stand the sight of those woollen pullovers, the windcheaters.
  • Grinning broadly, tanned, handsome, he wore a white open-necked shirt and a windcheater embroidered with the numbers of the propositions he wanted to defeat, crossed through like road signs.

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