Definition of mandarin jacket in English:

mandarin jacket

Syllabification: man·da·rin jack·et

noun

A plain jacket, typically of embroidered silk, with a mandarin collar.
More example sentences
  • When the Manchu took control of the country, men were forced to wear long queues and mandarin jackets over their gowns.
  • Young scholars bravely wore Western-style suits, abandoning robes and mandarin jackets and cutting their braids.
  • When the Manchu took control of the country, men were forced to wear long queues and mandarin jackets over their gowns.

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