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"blouse" in British English

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blousenoun [C]

uk   /blaʊz/  us   /blaʊs/
A1 a ​shirt for a woman or ​girl: a ​whitesilk blouse
(Definition of blouse from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"blouse" in American English

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blousenoun [C]

 us   /blɑʊs, blɑʊz/
a ​shirt for a woman or ​girl: a ​cotton blouse
(Definition of blouse from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “blouse”
in Korean 블라우스…
in Arabic بُلوزة…
in Malaysian balus…
in French chemisier…
in Russian блузка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女裝襯衫,罩衫…
in Italian camicetta…
in Turkish bluz…
in Polish bluzka…
in Spanish blusa…
in Vietnamese áo cánh…
in Portuguese blusa…
in Thai เสื้อครึ่งตัวของสตรี…
in German die Bluse…
in Catalan brusa…
in Japanese ブラウス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女式衬衫,罩衫…
in Indonesian blus…
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