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tunic

noun [C] uk   /ˈtjuː.nɪk/ us  
a piece of clothing that fits loosely over a person's body, reaches to the waist or knees, and often has no sleeves: a soldier's tunic
Translations of “tunic”
in Spanish túnica…
in French tunique…
in German der Waffenrock, die Tunika, die Kasackbluse…
in Chinese (Traditional) (無袖)寬鬆外衣,長袍…
in Russian блузка, китель…
in Turkish tunik…
in Chinese (Simplified) (无袖)宽松外衣,长袍…
in Polish tunika…
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