Definition of 'negligee'
Example sentences containing 'negligee'
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Behind the door hung the gown she had bought in Marks and Spencer, a filmy negligée he had never seen. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WINDHer skin tingling, she left the tub and pulled a black tissue-thin negligée from her bag. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH
Trends of 'negligee'
Used Rarely. negligee is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'negligee'
British English: negligee /ˈnɛɡlɪˌʒeɪ/ NOUN
A negligee is a very thin garment which a woman wears over her nightclothes.
...a pink satin negligee.
- American English: negligee
- Arabic: رَوّبٌ نِسَائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: négligé
- Chinese: 妇女长睡衣
- Croatian: negliže
- Czech: negližé
- Danish: negligé
- Dutch: negligé
- European Spanish: picardía
- Finnish: ohut aamutakki
- French: négligé vêtement
- German: Negligé
- Greek: νεγκλιζέ
- Italian: camicia da notte
- Japanese: 化粧着
- Korean: 네글리제
- Norwegian: neglisjé
- Polish: negliż
- European Portuguese: négligé
- Romanian: neglijeu
- Russian: неглиже
- Spanish: negligé
- Swedish: negligé
- Thai: เสื้อคลุมของสตรีส่วนมากมีชายทำด้วยลูกไม้
- Turkish: gecelik hafif
- Ukrainian: негліже
- Vietnamese: áo khoác mặc ở nhà của phụ nữ
Definition of negligee from the Collins English Dictionary
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