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salwar kameez

noun [C]     /ˌsæl.wɑː.kəˈmiːz/ US  /-wɑːr-/ ( also shalwar kameez)
a type of suit, worn especially by Asian women, with loose trousers and a long shirt 沙丽克米兹(一种套服,特别是亚洲妇女穿着的,有宽松的裤子和长衬衫) Clothes which cover most of the body
(Definition of salwar kameez from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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