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    Default "zipping on a hundread-pound snowsuit"

    Wat does the expression "zipping on a hundread-pound snowsuit" means..?

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    Default Re: "zipping on a hundread-pound snowsuit"

    Quote Originally Posted by hemantg View Post
    W[h]at does the expression "zipping on a hundre[_no A_]d-pound snowsuit" mean[_no S_]?
    It was a snow-suit (one-piece warm all-covering item of clothing. It fastened with a zip down the front. It was either quite expensive or very heavy - expensive, probably, but the speaker might have been exaggerating its heaviness for effect (because it was hopelessly impractical).

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