Mao-suit



noun
1.
an outfit worn in the People’s Republic of China consisting of a Mao jacket and loose trousers.
/maʊ/
noun
1.
a simple style of clothing, traditionally made of cotton and commonly worn in Communist China, consisting of loose trousers and a straight jacket with a close-fitting stand-up collar

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