Reach-me-down



[reech-mee-doun] /ˈritʃ miˌdaʊn/

noun, adjective, British.
1.
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noun (informal)
1.

2.
(pl) trousers
3.
(modifier) not original; derivative; stale: a stock of reach-me-down ideas

adjective

Inferior; shoddy: the nice and the reach-me-down manners

noun

hand-me-down (1862+)

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