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clothesc kleren
bikinic bikini
blousec kiel, c blouse
brac beha, c bustehouder
capec kaap, c cape
cardigann gebreid vest
coatc jas
coat (womens)c mantel
dressc jurk
frockc jurk
jacketn jak, c buis, n jakketje, n jasje
jeansc spijkerbroek, c jeans
jerseyc jersey
jumperc jumper
knickersn onderbroek, n slipje
leotardc tricot
lingerien damesondergoed, c lingerie
pantiesn damesslipje
pantsc onderbroek
shawlc sjaal
shirtn overhemd
shortsc korte broek
skirtc rok
  • divided skirt
  • c broekrok
    socksc sokken
    suitn pak
    tiec das
    tightsc panty
    tracksuitn trainingspak
    tshirtn T-shirt
    trousersc broek
    underpantsc onderbroek
    vestn ondervest
    waistcoatn vest
  • sleeved waistcoat
  • n mouwvest
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