Definition of 'outfit'
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They may sew more than 1,000 miniature beads onto one outfit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Contrary to what the public think, the royals do wear outfits more than once. Times, Sunday Times (2017)And the very next day the entire outfit goes back to Liverpool on a British vessel. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Maybe when the royals are just having family time at home he might wear more modern outfits. The Sun (2014)You really have to think on your feet to make the flowers work with each outfit. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Choose an outfit you feel comfortable in. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They wanted unique outfits and no one dresses like her anywhere in the civilised world. The Sun (2010)Featuring wedding outfits and photographs from a variety of cultures. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We went shopping that day for an outfit for her to wear. The Sun (2012)Top off your outfit with a smart boxy bag. The Sun (2012)They perform with dangerous equipment in skimpy outfits. The Sun (2011)The perfect way to make the most of your work outfit. The Sun (2012)How many trends can you squeeze into one outfit? Times, Sunday Times (2012)No need to waste valuable time standing in front of your wardrobe agonising over which outfit to choose. The Sun (2015)This masterclass in facial hair turns a mediocre outfit into something eye-catching. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There was a specialist bed and his mother wore a nurse 's outfit. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With simple accessories, she can transform otherwise straightforward clothes into stylish outfits. The Sun (2008)And you can't wear the same outfit over and over again. Times, Sunday Times (2012)True, it is unlikely you will miss shopping for a wedding outfit. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This was not a great performance but it was good enough to see off a very strong and physical French outfit. The Sun (2007)The French outfit only want to sell and the clubs are attempting to work out exactly how the money would be paid. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'outfit'
British English: outfit /ˈaʊtˌfɪt/ NOUN
An outfit is a set of clothes.
...smart new outfits for work.
- American English: outfit
- Arabic: بَدْلَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vestuário
- Chinese: 配备
- Croatian: odjeća
- Czech: oděv
- Danish: tøj
- Dutch: kledij
- European Spanish: conjunto
- Finnish: asu
- French: tenue
- German: Outfit
- Greek: ρουχισμός
- Italian: completo
- Japanese: 衣装一式
- Korean: 의상
- Norwegian: antrekk
- Polish: wyposażenie
- European Portuguese: vestuário
- Romanian: costum
- Russian: наряд
- Spanish: conjunto atuendo, traje
- Swedish: kläder
- Thai: เสื้อผ้าทั้งชุด
- Turkish: kılık
- Ukrainian: комплект одягу
- Vietnamese: quần áo
Definition of outfit from the Collins English Dictionary
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