Definition of batwing in English:

batwing

Line breaks: bat|wing
Pronunciation: /ˈbatwɪŋ
 
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adjective

[attributive]
  • 1(Of a sleeve) having a deep armhole and a tight cuff.
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    • The latter will be bound and faced with approximately 3 centimetre contrast bands on armholes and hemlines and will stand alongside 1980's influenced extravagant open split dolman / batwing sleeve dresses.
    • She wears a thick flowery hairband, several clashing necklaces and a quite revolting hairy purple cardigan with batwing sleeves.
    • The batwing sleeves and big hair are decidedly frumpy, and there are too many far-fetched storylines about murdered bodyguards and unfeeling in-laws.
  • 1.1(Of a garment) having sleeves with deep armholes and tight cuffs: a batwing sweater
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    • But ponchos and capes are back in vogue too as well as oversize batwing or kimono jumpers, and they should give us all a bit of a break from the trim, belted look.
    • The batwing shirt is popular for its easy style and flattering fit.
    • Our batwing shirt is ruched at the shoulders bust and sides.

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