Definition of chino
1 : a usually khaki cotton or synthetic-fiber twill of the type used for military uniforms
2 chinos plural : an article of clothing made of chino
Recent Examples of chino from the Web
After all, a pair of chino shorts can only car a man so far.
Martine Rose delivered the first of the neo-chino sightings in London.
Barack opted for a slim navy chino, an understated belt, and (what appears to be, cannot confirm) a linen shirt.
Drew Taggart wore an indigo twill chino pant and matching jacket with navy blue beaded embellishment and Foundrae fine jewelry while Alex Pall rocked a white polo shirt under a sporty camo print trench.
The New World’s first kombucha is brewed from what’s called hongo chino (Chinese mushroom).
As of today, John Malkovich’s latest design effort, a spring/summer menswear collection complete with chino pants and silk scarves, will be available to the masses for purchase through his Web site johnmalkovich.com and select stores.
So there’s no risk of showing up for work with grease stains on your chinos.
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Origin and Etymology of chino
First Known Use: 1943See Words from the same year
Definition of Chino
city in southwestern California east of Los Angeles population 77,893
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