windbreaker美 ['wɪnd.breɪkər] 英 ['wɪnd.breɪkə(r)]
a warm windproof outer jacket with tight-fitting neck, cuffs, and waistband, and sometimes with a hood
a jacket that protects you from the wind and rain
It's very important to wear a windbreaker as your outer layer, since wind is often the biggest contributor to winter coldness.
Also, if you're riding without a windbreaker and find that you need one, insert sections of a newspaper inside your cycling jersey.
The short, squat man in the Dallas Cowboys windbreaker staggers out from the arcade, propping himself against the wall.
three beef knives , two hoods and a windbreaker suspected to be left by the culprits were seized at scene.
He was wearing this windbreaker , which looked like it was stolen off the movie set of God of Gamblers.
In baggy jeans, sneakers and a Nike windbreaker , Liu Xiang stood on the observation deck of the Empire State Building on Wednesday morning.
It's such a windy day that you'd better put on your windbreaker if you go outside.
A short interview about this season's theme and the windbreaker she's wearing.
The three of us donned our windbreaker and strolled to the soccer &track field across the street for a walk.
This windbreaker is made of a durable synthetic fabric.