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midiskirt

(ˈmɪdɪˌskɜːt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a skirt of medium length, extending to the middle of the calf
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mid•i•skirt

(ˈmɪd iˌskɜrt)

n.
a skirt or skirt part, as of a dress or coat, ending at the middle of the calf.
[1965–70; mid- + (min) iskirt]
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Translations

midiskirt

[ˈmɪdɪskɜːt] Nmidi m, midifalda f
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