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hacking jacket

Translation of hacking jacket in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • He had a tattoo on his neck and was talking to an older, posher looking man with a moustache, a hacking jacket and brown suede gloves.
    • Saddles, collars, boots, hacking jackets, grooming brushes, horsey lotions and potions and generally anything to do with kitting out yourself and your horse is here.
    • Close behind the red-jacketed men came stout ladies in dog-tooth hacking jackets.

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