dresser Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"dresser" in British English

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dressernoun [C]

uk   /ˈdres.ər/  us   //

dresser noun [C] (FURNITURE)

UK a ​tallpiece of ​furniture with ​cupboards below and ​shelves on the ​tophalf: a ​kitchen dresserA2 US a ​piece of ​bedroomfurniture with ​drawers, sometimes with a ​mirror on ​top, used ​especially for ​keepingclothes in

dresser noun [C] (CLOTHES)

used in ​phrases that ​describe the ​type of ​clothes that someone ​wears: She was always a very ​stylish dresser. He's a very snappy (= ​stylish and ​modern) dresser. specialized theatre & film a ​person who ​works in the ​theatre or in ​films, ​helping the ​actors to put on ​theirclothes
(Definition of dresser from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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dressernoun [C]

 us   /ˈdres·ər/
a ​piece of ​furniture with ​drawers, usually with a ​mirror on ​top, used esp. for ​keepingclothes in: I ​keep my ​socks in the ​bottomdrawer of the dresser.
(Definition of dresser from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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