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baggies

[ bag-eez ]
/ ˈbæg iz /
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noun (used with a plural verb)

loose-fitting swimming trunks, often with a drawstring at the waist, especially as worn by surfers.
loose-fitting slacks, especially women's slacks gathered at the waist and tapering toward the ankles.

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Origin of baggies

First recorded in 1960–65; bag + -y2 + -s3
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