trackies


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trackies

(ˈtrækɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal loose-fitting trousers with elasticated cuffs, designed to be worn as part of a tracksuit
[C20: shortened from tracksuit trousers]
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On her way to Dancing on Ice Holly posted this snap, above, of the comfy trackies to her Instagram page.
"But I'm much happier in trackies and Converse than something skimpy.
She described Reds supporters as "trackies wearing ugly as f*** w***", adding: "They r f*** murderers but never their fault."
I know what I would prefer but I'm likely to be hungover, in my maternity trackies, eating a take-away pizza.
Being a fashion slave doesn't really sound like your bag - you're far too fond of your beauty sleep for the crack of dawn make-up call.Trust me, by the end of the year you will all be up to your necks in deadlines and Queen of the Joggers will be the most coveted position.These beauties will probably want to know where to get the most comfortable trackies for an all-nighter in the library and they will come to you for your bountiful wisdom
I've tried bargain basement trackies, but they shrink.
She said: "We wanted to take a proper picture but some of the girls were in their trackies with their hair up.
TIGER WOODS In a lilac cardigan and chavvy trackies, is someone taking revenge on Tiger?
"Typically it has been girlfriends of the new singleton booking the break-up package to get their friend out of trackies and uggies, and back on the right track," News.com.au quoted Roberts as saying.
"They have been an inspiration, getting the medal ball rolling," he said "It's up to us trackies to carry on the good work."
The terms linked with Liverpool include: "trackies" (tracksuit), "cozzies" (swimming costumes) and "lecky" (electricity).