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wardrobe

noun uk   /ˈwɔː.drəʊb/ us    /ˈwɔːr.droʊb/
B1 [C or U] a tall cupboard in which you hang your clothes, or all of the clothes that a person owns: She was showing me her new built-in (UK also fitted) wardrobes. I sometimes feel that my summer wardrobe is rather lacking (= I don't have many clothes for summer). [U] a department in a theatre, film company, etc. that is in charge of the clothes that the actors wear on stage, making certain that they are clean, repairing them and sometimes making them: He's in charge of wardrobe at the local amateur theatre.
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