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plack·et

 (plăk′ĭt)
n.
1. An opening or slit in a garment, as at the collar or sleeve of a shirt, that makes the garment easy to put on.
2. A pocket, especially in a skirt.

[Origin unknown.]
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placket

(ˈplækɪt)
n
1. (Knitting & Sewing) a piece of cloth sewn in under a closure with buttons, hooks and eyes, zips, etc
2. (Knitting & Sewing) the closure itself
[C16: perhaps from Middle Dutch plackaet breastplate, from Medieval Latin placca metal plate]
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plack•et

(ˈplæk ɪt)

n.
1. a slit, usu. with fastenings, at the neck, waist, or wrist of a garment for ease in putting it on or taking it off.
2. a pocket, esp. one in a woman's skirt.
3. Archaic.
b. woman.
[1595–1605; alter. of placard breastplate < Old French, derivative of plaquier to plate < Middle Dutch placken to patch; compare plaque]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.placket - a piece of cloth sewn under an opening
piece of cloth, piece of material - a separate part consisting of fabric
skirt - a garment hanging from the waist; worn mainly by girls and women
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Translations

placket

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Collar and Placket Wearing a shirt with some details would go a long way here.
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However, he would play with details such as turning stripes into chevron patterns or adorning the placket with contrast piping.
The other division of the hotel fitted out was housekeeping and this was a standout piece like no other - professional and comfortable trousers teamed with grey shirts with a dynamic black collar and front placket, finished off with charcoal puffer vests.
Additional features include a rounded breast pocket, magnetized barrel cuffs, side pleats at the back yoke, and a magnetized pieced placket.
"A buttonless placket gives a traditional look to the shirt alongside a white trim around the collar.
The Londoner, meanwhile, also is DWR coated, with a premium three-layer bonded PE/PU -fabrication laminated Nobis Tech membrane seam-sealed construction; hidden center-front zipper with placket and snap closures; angled lower hip pockets and back vent at hem for enhanced mobility.
He's wearing blue jeans and leather moccasins, paired with a well-cut sports jacket and a dress shirt with detailed blue stitching down the placket.
It has a buttoned front placket, rib collar, sleeve cuffs and a side split for ease of movement.
Next row (RS) K2, work in K2, P2 rib to last 6 sts, place marker (pm), work Left Placket patt (see Stitch Guide) over 6 sts.