slash pocket
noun Date: 1742 a pocket suspended on the wrong side of a garment from a finished slit on the right side that serves as its opening

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  • slash pocket — n. a pocket (in a garment) the opening of which is a finished, usually diagonal slit …   English World dictionary

  • slash pocket — slash′ pock′et n. clo a pocket set into a garment, to which easy access is provided by an exterior slit • Etymology: 1790–1800 …   From formal English to slang

  • slash pocket — /slæʃ ˈpɒkət/ (say slash pokuht) noun a pocket that is cut at an angle into a garment. Also, vertical pocket …   Australian English dictionary

  • slash pocket — noun a pocket in a garment (usually below the waist) to which access is provided by a vertical or diagonal slit in the outside of the garment • Hypernyms: ↑pocket …   Useful english dictionary

  • slash pocket — a pocket set into a garment, esp. below the waistline, to which easy access is provided by an exterior, vertical or diagonal slit. [1790 1800] * * * …   Universalium

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  • vertical pocket — /ˈvɜtɪkəl pɒkət/ (say vertikuhl pokuht) noun → slash pocket …   Australian English dictionary

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