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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
knitwearknit‧wear /ˈnɪt-weə $ -wer/ noun [uncountable]  DCknitted clothing a knitwear shop
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knitwearVelvet curtains down from £59.99 to £29.99, knitwear reduced from £19.99 to £9.99.Women's camelhair coats down from £749 to £395, botany knitwear down from £79 to £49.These days, knitwear is a prominent part of every collection.A mono monitor may be suitable for work processing, but it is certainly not ideal for knitwear design.Not quite so easily found just yet, but proving popular, are linen-Lycra mixes, often in knitwear rather than woven fabrics.There is already evidence to show knitwear firms are failing to attract sufficient numbers of young people.The knitwear trade is on the upturn and can probably survive without him.
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