Definition of baggy in English:

baggy

adjective

  • 1(of clothing) loose and hanging in folds.

    ‘baggy pants’
    • ‘Combat trousers and baggy shirts don't really cut it.’
    • ‘She always seemed to dress in less baggy clothing when she was in a good mood, though she'll never quite understand why.’
    • ‘Both men and women also wear a kurta, a long tunic-like shirt, and pyjamas, loose baggy trousers.’
    • ‘The tight fitting black and white clothing is quite the opposite of the clowns colourful baggy trousers with braces, and giant floppy shoes.’
    • ‘I was simply a girl in a baggy shirt that reached mid-thigh and very loose pants.’
    • ‘Her baggy shirts and pants hid her fine figure, and no one paid that much attention to her.’
    • ‘She was the undisputed queen of chic when it came to hip Capri pants with a baggy jumper and a ponytail, managing to look simultaneously casual yet impeccably turned out.’
    • ‘She changed into a pair of loose pants and a baggy shirt, perfect for hiding her feminity, little proof though there was.’
    • ‘She wore baggy shirts and tight pants which only accentuated her round figure.’
    • ‘The standard clothing of men all over Pakistan is the salwar, loose baggy trousers, and kurta, a long shirtlike tunic.’
    • ‘He also said similar problems are commonplace at schools and many of his friends do not feel safe wearing baggy clothing or t-shirts bearing band logos.’
    • ‘I love the way people dress - you won't see someone shopping in sweat pants or baggy sweaters here.’
    • ‘His accomplices were white and wearing baggy clothing.’
    • ‘He waited in my bedroom as I slowly struggled to change into pajama pants and a baggy shirt.’
    • ‘It looked like a veil that they were wearing and very grungy, baggy clothing.’
    • ‘Then over that I would wear jeans and a loose baggy jumper.’
    • ‘So it's sweat pants, baggy shirt, sweater, thick socks, slippers and pony tail today.’
    • ‘Their Kalashnikovs lean against the wall of their hut and the warm evening breeze catches in their traditional baggy trousers and loose, belted shirts.’
    • ‘She'd usually hidden that with a loose shirt or a baggy sweater.’
    • ‘She was wearing baggy black pants and a baggy shirt that had Marilyn Manson on it with mesh arm socks.’
    loose-fitting, loose, roomy, generously cut, full, ample, voluminous, billowing
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    1. 1.1 (of eyes) with folds of puffy skin below them.
      ‘his eyes were baggy with the fatigue of overwork’
      • ‘She's youngish, about thirty, but rumpled hair and baggy eyes make her look older and a bit grumpy.’
      • ‘All that excess skin has to go somewhere and her eyes were baggy.’
      • ‘Groans from a baggy eyed courtroom were cut short when the judge collapsed laughing and muttering incoherently.’
      • ‘Increasingly this year I have noticed lines and wrinkles and baggy eyes that I haven't been aware of before.’
      • ‘Do you want to banish baggy eyes and dark circles around them?’
      • ‘To date, cosmetic surgery is the only way to eliminate baggy eyes syndrome.’
      • ‘When she came to wake me up with her findings on the third day, her eyes were baggy and it appeared that she had not slept much at all.’
      • ‘He thanked them each more than once, tears filling his baggy old eyes as he watched the crowd diminish and walk away.’
      • ‘We must be endlessly alert to avoid yellowing teeth, body odours, bad breath, baggy eyes, lank hair, grey hair or body hair.’
      • ‘And finally, when you've woken up after your fantastic sleep, take no notice of my bloodshot, baggy eyes and put on your radio.’
      • ‘The most common treatment for baggy eyes is called blepharoplasty, or simply eyelid surgery.’
      • ‘His eyes were baggy - he had aged even within the last few months.’
      • ‘If your baggy eyes are not getting better, Ask your doctor for advice.’
      • ‘Is there a way to eliminate the baggy skin on top of the eyes without surgery?’
      • ‘His eyes were baggy and colored purple around them, as if he suffered from constant insomnia.’
      • ‘For some people, puffy or baggy eyes are a hereditary trait, and must be accepted as such.’
      • ‘A lower lid blepharoplasty is an operation to remove one or more of fat, muscle and skin in the lower eyelids which give a baggy appearance.’
      • ‘Sometimes you can develop baggy eyes in your 20s before your skin changes.’
      • ‘Not that he himself ever had baggy eyes.’
      • ‘Try these simple ways to banish baggy eyes and dark circles.’
      swollen, puffed up, distended, enlarged, full, inflated, dilated, bloated, engorged, bulging
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noun

baggies
informal
  • Loose and wide-legged pants, shorts, or swim trunks.

    • ‘I don't mind being seen on the bike with lycra, but if I pop into the shop or a pub I prefer to be wearing baggies!’
    • ‘But if wearing baggies to a group road ride is like wearing spandex to a downhill race, then I'll pass.’
    • ‘Then again, I'm on a hybrid bike wearing baggies and a visored helmet; they must not think of me as part of the club or something.’
    • ‘Would wearing baggies be totally inappropriate on a $2000 road bike?’
    • ‘Are you in less danger wearing baggies because the drivers give you more room on the road when you wear them instead of lycra?’
    • ‘Hope you are wearing baggies over them shorts, Rusty!!’
    • ‘In rapper baggies, with a two day growth on his chin and a mean look in his eye, he gives the impression of a man who lives in a vodka ad.’
    • ‘Young men sport baggies low on their hips, exposing Calvin Klein boxers and a line of hair.’
    • ‘I've been to quite a few cross country races and I can typically count the number of racers wearing baggies on one hand.’
    • ‘I never went as far as doing make up or anything like that, I just wore baggies and hoodies (still do actually, but without degrading myself with make up).’
    • ‘However, older kids will be happier wearing baggies - or at least summer shorts over the top.’
    • ‘Wearing baggies and doing big drops (as an example) doesn't limit your riding.’
    • ‘I actually wore baggies last night (which only happens about once a year when I either go mad or all my lycra is in the wash).’
    • ‘If I'm not wearing baggies I'll put on a jersey for its pockets.’
    • ‘And these baggies are more baggy than the baggies that I posted in that other thread.’

Pronunciation

baggy

/ˈbæɡi//ˈbaɡē/