One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An all-in-one stretch garment for babies.
- ‘At this, Gus sat back in his chair, put his hands behind his head and looked to a spot in the corner of the office between the drying Babygros.’
- ‘I was designing jeans and Babygros for chain stores, anoraks for C&A, and so on.’
- ‘He admits the website - its merchandise includes T - shirts, wristbands and even Babygros - may seem twee.’
- ‘It is not until I get home that I realise the Babygro I selected for its cute, colourful animals also has the words to ‘Imagine’ written on it… ‘living life in peace.’’
- ‘It looks like a grown-up version of a Babygro but it's great for keeping your core warm.’
1950s (originally US): from baby + grow.
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