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double-breasted

adjective uk   us   /ˌdʌb.l̩ˈbres.tɪd/
A double-breasted jacket or coat has two sets of buttons and two wide parts at the front, one of which covers the other when the buttons are fastened.
Translations of “double-breasted”
in Chinese (Traditional) (上衣或外套)雙排扣的…
in Russian двубортный…
in Turkish kruvaze ceket, çift düğmeli ceket…
in Chinese (Simplified) (上衣或外套)双排扣的…
in Polish dwurzędowy…
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