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British a single piece of clothing with trousers and long sleeves, worn over your clothes to protect them when you are working. The American word is overall.
a piece of clothing that covers the chest and back, worn over other clothes, especially in the past by knights (=soldiers who rode horses)
giving birth to a baby in the presence of a large number of close relatives and/or friendsBuzzWord Article
a condition when a person cannot see clearly objects that are close; long sightednessadd a word
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