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Explanation: CARRE' si traduce con YOKE per intendere un termine di sartoria
Ecco la descrizione dell'Oxford Dictionary:
YOKE: a part of a garment that fits over the shoulders and to which the main part of the garment is attached.
a frame fitting over the neck and shoulders of a person, used for carrying pails or baskets.
Mentre il Merriam Webster lo definisce in questo modo:
YOKE= a fitted or shaped piece at the top of a skirt or at the shoulder of various garments