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one-piece

noun [C] uk   /ˈwʌn.piːs/ ( US usually one-piece swimsuit) us  
a piece of women's clothing that is worn when swimming or on a beach and consists of a single piece of material rather than a separate top and bottom: I'd prefer a one-piece to a bikini.
Translations of “one-piece”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一件式泳裝,連體泳衣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一件式泳装,连体泳衣…
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