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wet suit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport, Clothes
wet suitˈwet suit noun [countable]  surf.jpg DSDCCa tight piece of clothing, usually made of rubber, worn by people who are swimming, surfing etc in the sea
Examples from the Corpus
wet suitBy dawn, the 46-year-old Agoura Hills businessman dons a wet suit, picks up a surfboard and catches waves.Now he had to put on a wet suit, and emerged after half an hour feeling very chilly.Costume Supervisor Daphne Dare designed their appearance, basing their shape on a standard skin-diver's wet suit.He had only just peeled off the wet suit used during his inspection.As I stripped off the wet suit, I thought over our situation.The wet suit should be tight fitting and allow reasonable freedom of movement.
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