bush jacket


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bush jacket

n.
A long, cotton shirtlike jacket usually with four flat pockets and a belt.

bush jacket

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bush shirt

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(Clothing & Fashion) a casual jacket or shirt having four patch pockets and a belt

bush′ jack`et


n.
a belted shirtlike jacket, usu. with four patch pockets and a notched collar, adapted from a coat worn in the African bush. Also called safari jacket.
[1935–40]
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Noun1.bush jacket - a loose fitting jacket; resembles a shirt with four patch pockets and a belt
jacket - a short coat
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