noun trot·teur \R träˈtər, +V -ˈtər‧; −R -ˈtə̄, + vowel in a word following without pause -ˈtər‧ or -ˈtə̄ also -ˈtə̄r\

Definition of trotteur



  1. :  a woman's tailored garment (as a suit, coat, dress, or hat) suitable for walking or outdoor wear

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Origin and Etymology of trotteur

French, from trotter to trot (from Middle French troter) + -eur -or — more at trot

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a trip made at another's expense

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