/ (ˌsæləˈpɛts) /
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a garment worn for skiing, consisting of quilted trousers reaching to the chest and held up by shoulder straps
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Word Origin for salopettes
C20: from French
Words nearby salopettes
saloon, saloon car, saloon keeper, saloop, Salop, salopettes, Salopian, salpa, salpicon, salpiglossis, salpingectomy
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