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leotard


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A close-fitting garment, like a bathing suit, with or without sleeves, made in supple stretch fabric. It was invented by the French acrobat Jules Léotard (1830–70) and is now commonly worn by dancers on stage and in rehearsal, as well as by sportsmen and women and keep-fit enthusiasts.

Subjects: Dance.


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