'rɑmpə(r) /'rɒm- n. one who plays in a carefree and cheerful manner; one who behaves loudly and wildly

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  • rompers — (also romper suit) plural noun a young child s one piece outer garment …   English new terms dictionary

  • rompers — noun (plural) a piece of clothing for babies, made like a top and trousers joined together …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rompers — UK [ˈrɒmpə(r)z] / US [ˈrɑmpərz] noun [plural] mainly American a romper suit …   English dictionary

  • rompers — /ˈrɒmpəz / (say rompuhz) plural noun a one piece loose outer garment for a baby combining a sleeveless top and short or long trousers; crawlers. Also, romper suit. {romp + er1 + s3} …   Australian English dictionary

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