Oxford In Your Pocket by. Alan Whitaker.
Oxford learner's pocket dictionary. Publication date 1983.
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Definition of pocket - a small bag sewn into or on clothing so as to form part of it, used for carrying small articles, a small patch of something. If the card is in your pocket when you are close to the car, a push of the button on the door handle will be enough to unlock i. ‘I shove his wallet in my back pocket and slam the compartment shut, locking it before I leave. ‘Evan strolled ahead, hands in pockets, cap tilted forward on his brow. ‘Most of us carry around a pocket computer as a matter of routine.
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