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Etymology 1

From chap.


chaps ج.

  1. صِيْغَةُ جَمْعٍ مُفْرَدُهَا [[chap]].



  1. صِيْغَةُ المُضَارِعُ البَسِيْطُ المُفْرَدُ الغَائِبُ للفِعْل chap.

Etymology 2

Short for American Spanish chaparreras , from إسبانية [[chaparro#قالب:lang:es|chaparro]]  (chaparral)


chaps (plural plurale tantum)

  1. Protective leather leggings worn to protect from injury.
    If you are going to use that chainsaw all day, why don't you put on a pair of chaps?
    Chaps were a costume staple of Westerns.


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