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See also: adidas
From the German company name Adidas, after its founder, Adolf “Adi” Dassler.
Adidas (plural Adidas or Adidases)
- A clothing product of this brand, especially a pair of shoes.
- 1986, Chris Crutcher, Stotan!, HarperCollins,, →ISBN, page 98:
- I walked through the door and Jeremy had hung himself from the rafters. A stepladder was kicked over and his Adidas dangled right above my eye level.
- 2007, Anthony Ham; Alison Bing, Morocco, Lonely Planet,, →ISBN, page 45:
- nobody expects you to wear a headscarf or a Tuareg blue Turban in town – and these days, even Tuaregs wear Adidas.
Named after the company founder Adolf „Adi“ Dassler.
Adidas n (proper noun, strong, genitive Adidas')
- Adidas (sports apparel manufacturer)
Adidas m or f or n (strong, genitive Adidas, plural Adidas)
- a product of this brand
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