-chested Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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uk   us   /-tʃes.tɪd/
with a chest (= top half of the body) of the stated type: He was bare-chested. She is rather flat-chested (= she has small breasts).
Translations of “-chested”
in Chinese (Traditional) 胸部…的,上身…的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胸部…,上身……
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