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mock turtleneck

noun [C] uk   US ( UK turtleneck) us  
a high, round collar that does not fold over on itself, or a piece of clothing with this type of collar
Translations of “mock turtleneck”
in Chinese (Traditional) 高圓領, 高圓領針織衫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高圆领, 高圆领针织衫…
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