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English definition of “three-quarter length”

three-quarter length

adjective uk   /ˌθriː.kwɔː.təˈleŋθ/ us    /-kwɑː.ɚ-/
A three-quarter length coat is between the length of a jacket and a coat.
(Definition of three-quarter length from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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