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jumper

sweatshirt, sweater

Country Code:AU
Submitted October 6th, 2003 by: Anonymous

Comments

IS NOT JUST OZ'S WORD Comment by: frEZ   
This is also used in British English. Comment by: Jessica   
American: a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing. I think of a jumper as something a toddler would wear. Comment by: Kathy   
canadian english too. Comment by: rikki   
Kinda like a sweater vest of sorts Comment by: Molly   
That is not a slang. That's a word. Not only in Australia (that is unless in US there's some hidden meaning behind it) Comment by: J-L   

 
 

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