chaqueta

[ chuh-key-tuh ]
/ tʃəˈkeɪ tə /

noun

a heavy jacket, especially a leather one worn by cowboys in the American Southwest.

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Origin of chaqueta

1890–95; < American Spanish; Spanish < French jacquette, Middle French jacquete; see jacket, -ette
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