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mandarin collar

Line breaks: man|da¦rin col¦lar

Definition of mandarin collar in English:

noun

A small, close-fitting upright collar.
Example sentences
  • Finally, a mandarin collar comes up one or two inches from the collarbone and doesn't turn down.
  • Then she decided to match it with a fitting black blouse with a mandarin collar and a silver dragon embroidered around the hem.
  • The asymmetrical pullover features a mandarin collar, a six button front opening and a buttoned window pocket, all above a raised waistline seam.

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