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wing chair

noun [C] uk   ( also wing-backed chair,   /ˌwɪŋ.bæktˈtʃeər/    /-tʃer/) us  
a chair with a high back from which large side pieces stick out
Translations of “wing chair”
in Chinese (Traditional) 翼狀靠背椅…
in Chinese (Simplified) 翼状靠背椅…
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