[mah-yoh, ma-] /mɑˈyoʊ, mæ-/
a close-fitting, one-piece bathing suit for women, simply styled and usually having a scoop neck and shoulder straps.
tights worn by dancers, acrobats, etc.
a close-fitting knitted shirt, especially a pullover.
tights worn for ballet, gymnastics, etc
a woman’s swimsuit
“tight-fitting one-piece swimsuit,” 1928, from French maillot “swaddling clothes,” from Old French mailloel (13c.), probably an alteration of maille “mesh” (see mail (n.2)). Borrowed earlier by English in the sense of “tights” (1888).
[meyl-man] /ˈmeɪlˌmæn/ noun, plural mailmen. 1. a person employed by the post office to deliver ; . /ˈmeɪlˌmæn/ noun (mainly US & Canadian) (pl) -men 1. another name for postman n. also mail-man, 1841, from mail (n.1) + man (n.).
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[meyl-awr-der] /ˈmeɪlˌɔr dər/ adjective 1. pertaining to or obtained by mail order: a dozen mail-order rosebushes. verb (used with object) 2. to order (merchandise) by mail: to mail-order fruitcakes for Christmas. noun 1. an order for goods received or shipped through the mail. 2. the business of selling merchandise through the mail. noun 1. an […]