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English definition of “business suit”

business suit

noun [C]
 
 
clothes that are suitable for work in business, consisting of a jacket and matching trousers or a skirt: A memo from the Chicago office says men must wear a business suit with a collared shirt and tie. She wore a smart business suit with a string of pearls to the meeting.
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