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    a new line in casual clothes

    We are starting a new line in casual clothes.


    Hi,

    Is it right to interpret "a new line" in the above as "a new kind/type?" ThANKS.

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    Re: a new line in casual clothes

    It means a new range of casual clothes unlike their earlier designs.

    Rover

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    Re: a new line in casual clothes

    Or it could mean that they sell other types of clothes and are introducing casual clothes for the first time.

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    Re: a new line in casual clothes

    Thanks, Rover and Tdol.

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