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Definición de “vest” en inglés

vest

noun [C] uk   /vest/ us  
C1 UK (US undershirt) a type of underwear, often with no sleeves, that covers the upper part of the body, worn for extra warmth: a cotton/wool/string vest She always wore a long-sleeved thermal vest in the winter. UK (also vest top) a shirt without sleeves, usually made out of cotton, that is worn in the summer or for sport: The cyclists were all dressed in tight lycra shorts and the official team vest. He wore a vest top and a pair of luminous shorts to the beach party. C2 US for waistcoat
(Definition of vest from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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