Definition of crew neck in English:

crew neck

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  • 1A close-fitting round neckline on a sweater or T-shirt: [as modifier]: a crew-neck sweater
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    • I was wearing a cosy crew-neck sweater and jeans.
    • It's him on a hill, having a picnic with his wife, who is in a crew-neck orange sweater with white collar peeking out, and his children, who are in penny loafers.
    • Julien [an owner] lets me wear my crew-neck sweater, not like at some of the private clubs where you must wear a jacket and tie and women can't wear open-toed shoes.
  • 1.1A sweater with a crew neck.
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    • Their quality grey, yellow and orange cashmere crew necks are clearly being marketed as an introduction to the label.
    • Big loose weave knits, crew necks, roll necks, zip fronted or even a cardigan.
    • Why is the Sailor in the picture wearing a black crew neck?



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  • These garments can be scoop-necked, crew-necked, or turtle-necked with zippers or snaps on the rear.
  • You order the team tee shirt, crew-necked sweatshirt, hooded sweatshirt, golf shirt, and baseball hat for yourself.
  • Over a dark, crew-necked top, he is sporting a well-cut suit with an expensive sheen.

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