Definitions

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  • proper noun The German sports apparel manufacturer adidas AG, formally founded in 1949.
  • noun A clothing product of this brand, especially a pair of shoes.

Etymologies

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From the name of its founder, Adolf “Adi” Dassler

Examples

  • The Adidas is yellow in colour with the other features remaining the same as the home shirt.

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  • The makers, Adidas is Navy blue and appears just below the navy blue collar.

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  • The Adidas is yellow in colour with the other features remaining the same as the home shirt.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The makers, Adidas is Navy blue and appears just below the navy blue collar.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Christopher who had a hoodie on in the pic left under a suit had finally got down with the RSS Crew thanks to Paid Content: "Adidas is launching a branded desktop RSS reader, enabling football fans to receive news feeds from Radio 1, Yahoo and Sky through a desktop David Beckham."

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Christopher who had a hoodie on in the pic left under a suit had finally got down with the RSS Crew thanks to Paid Content: "Adidas is launching a branded desktop RSS reader, enabling football fans to receive news feeds from Radio 1, Yahoo and Sky through a desktop David Beckham."

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  • Adidas is launching a "smart shoe" next December that modifies its support and responsiveness properties in real-time based on performance.

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  • Had a really good day at work, the morning was really busy, every question I got asked I knew the answer to, plus I had one customer tell me how helpful I'd been and how pleased she was to have found a proper sports shop instead of the JJB types that are full of idiots in Adidas tracksuits.

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  • Adidas is sponsoring 10 national teams, including world champion France.

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  • We called Adidas and told them they owed us money.

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