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blouson

[ blou-son, -zon, bloo-zohn, bloo-zon ]
/ ˈblaʊ sɒn, -zɒn, bluˈzoʊn, ˈblu zɒn /
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noun
a woman's outer garment having a drawstring, belt, or similar closing, at or below the waist, which causes it to blouse.
adjective
of or relating to such a garment, the style it exemplifies, or something considered to resemble this style, as a hairdo: a blouson dress; the blouson effect; a blouson bob.
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Origin of blouson

1900–05; <French, equivalent to blouseblouse + -on noun suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for blouson

blouson
/ (ˈbluːzɒn) /

noun
a short jacket or top having the shape of a blouse

Word Origin for blouson

C20: French
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