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-neckedsuffix

uk   / -nekt/  us   / -nekt/
used to refer to the type of neck someone or something has, or to the style of a piece of clothing around the neck or the way that it is worn: a stocky, stiff-necked little man a round-necked jumper an open-necked shirt
(Definition of -necked from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “-necked”
in Chinese (Simplified) …脖子的, …衣领的…
in Chinese (Traditional) …脖子的, …衣領的…
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