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skort

[ skawrt ]
/ skɔrt /
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noun
a women's garment resembling a short skirt but having individual leg sections usually covered by a flap in front.
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Origin of skort

1985–90; blend of skirt and shorts (in the sense “pants that end above the knee”)
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British Dictionary definitions for skort

skort
/ (skɔːt) /

noun
a pair of shorts with a front panel which gives the appearance of a skirt
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