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smock

noun [C] uk   /smɒk/ us    /smɑːk/
a piece of clothing like a long shirt, worn loosely over other clothing to protect it when working, or a piece of women's clothing that is similar to this: an artist's smock
Translations of “smock”
in Spanish blusón, bata…
in French blouse…
in German der Kittel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工作服,女裝罩衫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工作服,女式罩衣…
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