|suit with tapering jacket and trousers||zoot suit|
|(British) undergarment which is worn under another shirt; short jacket; vest, light sleeveless shirt, sleeveless undergarment||singlet|
|(Cards) bid too high; bid higher in level or suit than the previous bidder (in Bridge), higher bid||overcall|
|(Law) advocate, defense lawyer; claimant, one who enters a plea; claim, suit||pleader|
|(Law) of or pertaining to champerty (act of promoting the suit of a plaintiff or defendant in return for a share of the proceeds of the case)||champertous|
|(Law) one who interpleads; process in which two parties go to trial with each other to determine who has the right to bring a suit against a third party, trial to resolve claims||interpleader|
|(Slang) bathing suit||togs|
|,(new zealand) suit jacket, cover surface, cover with a thin layer (of paint, dust, etc.), covering on animal, protective outer garment (against rain, cold, etc.); protective outer covering (fur, bark, etc.); coating, layer (as of paint), provide someb...||coat|
|a trademark for a jacket of nylon or other wind-resistant fabric, usually gathered at the waist and wrist, and sometimes with a hood||Windbreaker|
|abandon a legal claim, give up a suit (Law), free somebody of liability, renounce claim, renunciation of a claim, act of giving up a legal suit (Law), renunciation of claim||quitclaim|
|abdicate, relinquish by formal declaration; forgo voluntarily; repudiate, forsake, abandon, act of not following suit, give something up, give up claim to something, not follow suit, reject belief||renounce|
|ace relief pitcher, card that prevents taking of suit, close with stopper, cork or plug, person or thing that stops; device which closes an opening, somebody or something that stops something, stopple||stopper|
|act of adapting; process of making one thing fit another; modification, adjustment, adaption, change to suit environment, diminishing sensory response, something adapted to fit need||adaptation|
|act of cutting, adjustment of an aircraft for stability, adopt a neutral position, alter an opinion to suit circumstances, appearance of a vessel, be balanced in the water, beat somebody thoroughly, buoyancy, change the arrangement of sails, change the...||trim|
|act of promoting the suit of a plaintiff or defendant in return for a share of the proceeds of the case (Law), agreement to finance or aid litigation||champerty|
|act of striding; one long step; distance covered in one step; progress, advance toward improving something, coordinated forward movement by animal, distance covered by long step, straddle, stride piano, take long step over something, trousers, walk wit...||stride|
|act or process of warming up; time spent warming up; warm-up suit, suit of comfortable clothing worn before or during an athletic activity||warm-up|
|act or sound of flapping, aircraft wing control surface, blow from broad object, commotion, dust jacket part, flat thin piece used as cover, fly by moving wings, hit with broad object, loose back and forth movement; sound made by such a movement; movea...||flap|
|adjustment made to suit individual needs, adaptation||customization|
|admit as true, be consistent, be in accord, be suitable, consent, concur; suit, fit, decide, match grammatically||agree|
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