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Translation of "attire" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

attire

noun [U]     /əˈtaɪər/ US  /-ˈtaɪr/ formal
clothes, especially of a particular or formal type (尤指特定样式或正式的)服装,衣着 I hardly think jeans are appropriate attire for a wedding. 我觉得穿牛仔裤去参加婚礼不怎么合适。 Clothing - general words attired     /əˈtaɪəd/ US  /-ˈtaɪrd/ adjective [after verb] She was attired from head to foot in black. 她从头到脚穿了一身黑。 Wearing clothes
Translations of “attire”
in Vietnamese quần áo…
in Spanish atavío, traje…
in Thai เครื่องแต่งกาย…
in Malaysian pakaian…
in French habillement…
in German die Kleidung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指特定樣式或正式的)服裝,衣著…
in Indonesian pakaian…
in Russian облачение…
in Turkish giysi, kıyafet, elbise…
in Polish strój, odzienie…
(Definition of attire from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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