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very formal men’s clothes worn for a social event, usually including a black bow tie
clothes that you wear at a costume party, pretending to be a famous person, an animal, a character from a story, etc.
British clothes that you wear for fun to make you look like a particular famous person or a particular type of person, at a fancy-dress party
formal expensive and fashionable clothes, or the business of designing and making them. Someone who makes or sells these clothes is a haute couturier.
socks, stockings, pantyhose, and tights. This word is used especially to refer to these things when they are sold in a store.
clothes that have been knitted
clothes made from leather, especially those worn by someone riding a motorcycle
clothing that you wear next to your skin under your regular clothes. A more usual word is underwear.
very formal a piece of clothing that you wear next to your skin under your regular clothes. A more usual word is a piece of underwear.
clothing made from wool, especially by knitting
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
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