Definition of 'dresser'
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The former window dresser hit the screens only two years ago. The Sun (2009)But my dad was such a smart dresser. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She said that she was surprised to have been chosen because she did not consider herself a fashionable dresser. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The modern power dresser is the woman who can harness the transformative force of fashion and turn it to her advantage. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is a very smart dresser. The Sun (2008)Her father was an artist, her mother a window dresser. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The dresser and tables are 19th century and came from a convent school. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We put it on metal brackets and now it's a perfect match for the antique dresser in same room. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My dad's a snappy dresser. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She's a glorified window dresser. The Sun (2011)There is a sizeable range for cooking, with open stone shelves on one side and a large dresser and side tables on the wall opposite. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'dresser'
British English: dresser /ˈdrɛsə/ NOUN
A dresser is a chest of drawers, sometimes with a mirror on the top.
- American English: dresser
- Arabic: خِزَانَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cômoda
- Chinese: 带镜衣橱
- Croatian: komoda
- Czech: toaletní stolek
- Danish: toiletbord
- Dutch: dressoir
- European Spanish: tocador IngAmer
- Finnish: astiakaappi
- French: buffet meuble
- German: Anrichte
- Greek: μπουφές κουζίνας
- Italian: cassettone
- Japanese: 食器棚
- Korean: 찬장
- Norwegian: kjøkkenskap
- Polish: kredens kuchenny
- European Portuguese: cómoda
- Romanian: măsuță de toaletă
- Russian: комод
- Spanish: tocador
- Swedish: skänk
- Thai: ตู้ที่มีลิ้นชักสำหรับใส่เสื้อผ้า
- Turkish: şifonyer
- Ukrainian: комод
- Vietnamese: chạn bát đĩa
Definition of dresser from the Collins English Dictionary
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