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pinstripe

noun uk   us   /ˈpɪn.straɪp/
[U] a usually dark cloth with a pattern of narrow, usually pale, parallel lines: He was wearing a pinstripe suit.pinstripes [plural] suits made of pinstriped cloth: She watched the businessmen walk past in their pinstripes.
pinstriped
adjective uk   us   /-straɪpt/
Translations of “pinstripe”
in Chinese (Traditional) 細條紋衣料…
in Chinese (Simplified) 细条纹衣料…
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