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1décolleté

adjective ·col·le· \(ˌ)dā-ˌkäl-ˈtā, -ˌkl-, -lə-ˈtā; also dā-ˈkl-tā\

Definition of DÉCOLLETÉ

1
:  wearing a strapless or low-necked dress
2
:  having a low-cut neckline

Origin of DÉCOLLETÉ

French, from past participle of décolleter to give a low neckline to, from dé- de- + collet collar, from Old French colet, from col collar, neck, from Latin collum neck
First Known Use: 1831

2décolleté

noun

Definition of DÉCOLLETÉ

Variants of DÉCOLLETÉ

décolleté also de·col·le·te

First Known Use of DÉCOLLETÉ

1894

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