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khakiadjective, noun [C/U]

 us   /ˈkæk·i, ˈkɑ·ki/  /ˈkɑr·ki/
a ​pale yellow-brown ​color, or a ​type of ​cloth that is this ​color and is often used to make ​uniforms for ​soldiers: [pl] I ​bought a new ​pair of ​summer khakis (= ​pants made of this ​cloth).
(Definition of khaki from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “khaki”
in Korean 카키색…
in Arabic كاكي…
in Malaysian berwarna khaki…
in French kaki…
in Russian хаки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 卡其色(的),土黃色(的)…
in Italian color cachi…
in Turkish hâkî renk, asker yeşili/hâkîsi…
in Polish khaki…
in Spanish caqui…
in Vietnamese kaki, có màu kaki…
in Portuguese cáqui…
in Thai สีกากี…
in German das Khaki…
in Catalan caqui…
in Japanese カーキー色…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卡其色(的),土黄色(的)…
in Indonesian khaki…
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