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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French blouson.

NounEdit

blouson ‎(plural blousons)

  1. A garment drawn tight at the waist with blousing hanging over the waistband
    • 2009 February 9, Alessandra Stanley, “TV ads adjust to the recession”, in Toronto Star[1]:
      The mom, getting ready to leave, kisses the annoying woman goodbye, deliberately smearing the back of her snow-white blouson with orange Cheetos crumbs.

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NounEdit

blouson m ‎(plural blousons)

  1. blouson

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