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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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necktieneck‧tie /ˈnektaɪ/ ●●○ noun [countable] American English formal  neck_tie.jpg DCCa man’s tie
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necktieHis black necktie was steadied by a gold pin the shape of a crucifix.Sculley, who hated neckties anyway, resisted this characterization.He wore a short-sleeved dress shirt with the collar open and his necktie at half-mast.It was rumoured that he even had his neckties specially made.A number of my male friends are very interested in my neckties.This notion is certainly not lost on the companies encouraging employees to take off their neckties and shed their wingtips.Even today, most politicians rarely wear neckties, much less power suits.
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