Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of kitenge.

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Examples

  • Some women were in their night gowns covered by traditional cotton wrappers known as chitenge, while most men and boys were shirtless.

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  • Some women were in their night gowns covered by traditional cotton wrappers known as chitenge, while most men and boys were shirtless.

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  • Some women were in their night gowns covered by traditional cotton wrappers known as chitenge, while most men and boys were shirtless.

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  • Some women were in their night gowns covered by traditional cotton wrappers known as chitenge, while most men and boys were shirtless.

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  • Several hundred gave in their cards, some tossing them onto the chitenge cloth, a traditional African wrap.

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  • Traders have done roaring business in shirts, scarves, caps and chitenge in national colours, as well as national flags.

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  • Traders have done a roaring business in shirts, scarves, caps and chitenge in national colors, as well as national flags.

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  • Some toted additional baggage - babies tied on their backs with traditional Malawian chitenge, brightly patterned cloth.

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