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Topic: CLOTHES

Date: 1600-1700
Language: Latin
Origin: tunica

tunic

noun
     
tu‧nic [countable]
1DCC a long loose piece of clothing, usually without sleeves, worn in the past
2 a long loose women's shirt, usually worn with trousers
3 British EnglishDCC a specially shaped short coat worn by soldiers, police officers etc as part of a uniform
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