English version

open-necked

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
open-neckedˌopen-ˈnecked adjective  DCCFASTEN/DO UPan open-necked shirt is worn with the top button undone
Examples from the Corpus
open-neckedHe wore an open-necked checked shirt, and jeans, and occasionally reached for the pint of lager at his side.As she was talking a man in olive-drab slacks and an open-necked flannel shirt joined her.The swine looked even more attractive than ever in a black open-necked polo shirt and black jeans.Then Miguel himself came round the corner of the villa, dressed in a white open-necked shirt and dark fitted trousers.He was wearing shorts and an open-necked shirt, and his limbs were firm with muscle and suntanned.Another table was hidden by a group of young men in open-necked shirts and brown pullovers.Jenkins entered, followed by two Arabs in jeans and open-necked shirts.Often worn with pale, open-necked sports shirts and dodgy cravats.
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