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- British term for turtleneck
- ‘Forget the jodhpurs, turn up your polo-neck and stride out in soft white jeans; a fresh, bright outfit that's practical too.’
- ‘She wore a loose white sweater with a polo neck and a dark green skirt.’
polo neck/ˈpōlō nek/
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