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muttonchops

plural noun     /ˈmʌt.ən.tʃɒps/ US  /ˈmʌt̬.ən.tʃɑːps/ ( also muttonchop whiskers)
long hair growing down each side of a man's face, fashionable especially in Europe and America in the 19th century 羊排絡腮鬍 Hair
Translations of “muttonchops”
in Chinese (Simplified) 羊排络腮胡…
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