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Eton jacket

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noun
a boy's black waist-length jacket with wide lapels and an open front, as worn by students at Eton College.
a similar short jacket worn by women.
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Origin of Eton jacket

First recorded in 1880–85
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Eton jacket

noun
a waist-length jacket with a V-shaped back, open in front, formerly worn by pupils of Eton College
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