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zip-up

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Definition of zip-up in English:

adjective

chiefly British
(Of a garment, pocket, bag, etc.) able to be fastened with a zip: a white zip-up jacket
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  • While the concept of a cardigan isn't all that hip, this zip-up sweater's high collar and corduroy detailing on the front pocket give it an updated appeal.
  • He was wearing a gray zip-up sweater jacket with a hood.
  • He was wearing a blue baseball cap and a blue zip-up jacket with blue jeans.

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