bunny suit

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bunny suit

[′bən·ē ‚süt]
(engineering)
Protective clothing worn by an individual who works in a clean room to prevent contamination of equipment and materials.

bunny suit

The protective clothing worn by an individual in a clean room that keeps human bacteria from infecting the chip-making process. The outfit makes people look like oversized rabbits. See clean room.


Bunny Suit
Getting into a bunny suit is an elaborate procedure with several steps, and all the technicians in a clean room must wear them. (Image courtesy of VLSI Technology, Inc.)
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