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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wristwatchwrist‧watch /ˈrɪstwɒtʃ $ -wɑːtʃ, -wɒːtʃ/ noun [countable]  TMCa watch that you wear on your wrist
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wristwatchReaders can buy shirts, maps, Route 66 wristwatches or videos.Another familiar example is an old-fashioned wristwatch.They give soldiers pensions after twenty years, and some companies give wristwatches.She peered at her wristwatch and saw with surprise that it was almost one.He was handing her his wristwatch.He just takes off his wristwatch.He specialized in wristwatches, which filled the athletic bag he always had sitting at his side on the train.I used the crystal in my wristwatch - all kinds of things.
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