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Old English wæstm, Old Norse vaxtr, Swedish växt, Old High German wahst growth, increase, Gothic wahstus stature, Old English weaxan to" grow" see wax v, from PIE wegs, extended form of root aug to" increase" see augment. Meaning portion" of a garment that covers the waist" but, due to fashion styles, often is above or below it is from 1640s.
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weaxan to" grow" see wax v, from PIE wegs, extended form of base aug to" increase" see augment. Meaning portion" of a garment that covers the waist" but, due to fashion styles, often is above or below it is from 1650.
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Traduction: waist Dictionnaire anglais-français Larousse.
he put his arm around her waist il l'a' prise par la taille. he was up to the or his waist in water l'eau' lui arrivait à la ceinture or à la taille. waist measurement, waist size tour m de taille.
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waist Definition of waist in English by Oxford Dictionaries.
The hip hop female look asks for low waist trendy jeans or skirts to bring attention to the hips and for tight tops to accentuate the chest. She had chosen to wear a sage green dress with an empire waist.
Waist Definition of Waist by Merriam-Webster.
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waist English-French Dictionary WordReference.com.
High cummerbund-like waist. it sits on the waist. length of the waist. short to the waist. Sits at waist. sized by waist and inseam. to bow from the waist. to twist around at the waist. to wear around the waist.
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Definition: middle" part of the body, also part" of a garment fitted for the waist, portion of a garment that covers the waist" but, due to fashion styles, often above or below it, probably from Old English wæst growth, hence, where" the body grows, from Proto-Germanic wahs-tu cognates: Old English wæstm, Old Norse vöxtr, Swedish växt, Old High German wahst growth, increase, Gothic wahstus stature, Old English weaxan to" grow.

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