Definition of 'frock'

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Synonyms of "frock"
Synonyms of "frock"
French Translation of "frock"
French Translation of "frock"
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Example sentences containing 'frock'

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Your party frock is sorted. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Fashion vulgarity experts say'Darling, are you really wearing a beaded frock? Times, Sunday Times (2016)FOUND the perfect party frock? The Sun (2016)And it will be a frock that stays put. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has a great selection of frocks and summer party wear. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But it will certainly make your party frock unique. The Sun (2009)Our party frock is all stained! Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yes, but would they wear the frocks? Times, Sunday Times (2008)We'd swap that for unforgiving summer frocks any day. The Sun (2010)SHE'S used to putting on lavish frocks in period dramas with multi-million pound budgets. The Sun (2013)The star of the E4 reality show wears the floral frocks with ease. The Sun (2016)When people stop caring about your kooky ensembles, just put on a normal frock and heels. The Sun (2011)They sell summer frocks in winter and thick coats in August. The Sun (2013)I have my hair done and put a pretty frock on. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Celebs are being snapped in pink frocks, and the trend will doubtless filter down to the high street. Times, Sunday Times (2008)IF you're going to buy one thing this summer make sure it is a floral frock. The Sun (2009)

Synonyms of 'frock'

dress, suit, get-up, outfit

Trends of 'frock'

Used Occasionally. frock is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'frock'

British English: frock NOUN
A frock is a woman's or girl's dress.
  • American English: frock
  • Brazilian Portuguese: vestido
  • Chinese: 连身裙
  • European Spanish: vestido
  • French: robe
  • German: Kleid
  • Italian: vestito
  • Japanese: ワンピース
  • Korean: 드레스
  • European Portuguese: vestido
  • Spanish: vestido


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