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tweed

noun     /twiːd/
[C or U] a thick material made from wool of several different colours (杂色的)粗花呢 a tweed jacket 花呢短上装 a tweed skirt and sensible shoes 花呢裙子及舒适实用的鞋子 Textiles made from natural fibres
tweeds [plural]
clothes made from tweed, especially a jacket and matching trousers/skirt 粗花呢服装;(尤指)粗花呢套装 He wore tweeds and smoked a pipe. 他身上穿着花呢衣服,嘴里叼着烟斗。 Clothing - general words
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