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noun

a sweat suit, usually with a long-sleeved jacket and long pants, worn by athletes, especially runners, before and after actual competition or during workouts.

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Origin of track suit

First recorded in 1950–55
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British Dictionary definitions for track suit

tracksuit
/ (ˈtrækˌsuːt, -ˌsjuːt) /

noun

a warm suit worn by athletes, etc, usually over the clothes, esp during training
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