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tuxedonoun [C]

uk   /tʌkˈsiː.dəʊ/  us   /tʌkˈsiː.doʊ/ (plural tuxedos) mainly US (informal tux , UK usually dinner jacket)
a man's ​black or ​whitejacketworn at ​formalsocialevents, usually in the ​evening, with ​matchingtrousers and a ​bowtie
(Definition of tuxedo from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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tuxedonoun [C]

 us   /tʌkˈsi·doʊ/ (plural tuxedos) (infml tux,  /tʌks/ )
a ​type of ​blackjacket, or ​jacket and ​pants, ​worn by men on ​formaloccasions, usually with a ​bowtie
(Definition of tuxedo from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tuxedo”
in Korean 디너 재킷…
in Arabic بَدلة السهرة…
in Malaysian tuksedo…
in Russian смокинг…
in Chinese (Traditional) (指男式)晚禮服…
in Italian smoking…
in Turkish smokin…
in Polish smoking…
in Spanish Esmoquin…
in Vietnamese áo vét tuxedo, bộ vét tuxedo…
in Portuguese smoking…
in Thai เสื้อทักซิโด้, ชุดทักซิโด้…
in Catalan vestit d’etiqueta, esmòquing…
in Japanese タキシード…
in Chinese (Simplified) (指男式)晚礼服…
in Indonesian tuksedo, jas, setelan…
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