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life jacketnoun [C]

us   /ˈlɑɪf ˌdʒæk·ɪt/ also life vest, /ˈlɑɪf ˌvest/
a piece of equipment that looks like a jacket without sleeves and that is filled with air or light material designed to help someone float if the person falls into the water
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Translations of “life jacket”
in Arabic سُترة النجاة…
in Korean 구명재킷…
in Portuguese colete salva-vidas…
in Catalan armilla salvavides…
in Japanese 救命胴衣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 救生衣,救生背心…
in Turkish can yeleği…
in Russian спасательный жилет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 救生衣,救生背心…
in Italian giubbotto di salvataggio…
in Polish kamizelka ratunkowa…
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