English version

cardigan

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
cardigancar‧di‧gan /ˈkɑːdɪɡən $ ˈkɑːr-/ ●●● S3 (also cardigan sweater American English) noun [countable]  DCCa sweater similar to a short coat, fastened at the front with buttons or a zip
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cardiganIf I do another cardigan in this way I shall do two or even three lines on the sewing machine.He was wearing a browny beige cardigan.Navy woollen bolero cardigan with large paisley wool embroidery, £42.99.But even the most recalcitrant could embrace one of the chesterfields or comfy cardigans.Danskin reached inside his gray cardigan arid removed a pistol.She smoked cheap cigars, and the ash lay on her cardigans like catkins.She had a variety of cardigans and other woollies.Below the cardigan she wore a crumpled orange skirt almost to the floor, and black boots.
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