V-neck

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V-neck

(vē′nĕk′)
n.
A V-shaped neckline, as of a sweater.
Translations

V-neck

[ˈviːnek]
A. N (= neckline) → cuello m en pico; (= sweater) → jersey m de cuello de pico
B. ADJ (also V-necked) → de cuello de pico

V-neck

[ˈviːˌnɛk] nmaglione m con scollo a V
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