costume translation to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dict.
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Translation of "costume" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

costume

noun
 
 
/ˈkɒs.tjuːm/ US  /ˈkɑː.stuːm/
[C or U] the set of clothes typical of a particular country or period of history, or suitable for a particular activity
(某國或某一歷史時期或適合某種活動的)服裝
Singers performing Mozart's operas often dress in/wear historical costume.
歌手們經常穿古裝出演莫劄特的歌劇。
The dancers leading the procession were in colourful and elaborate costumes.
走在隊伍前頭的舞蹈演員身著色彩絢麗、製作考究的服裝。
UK The shop has a good selection of bikinis and bathing/swimming costumes.
該店有很多漂亮的比堅尼和其他泳裝可供選購。
Clothes worn for a particular job or activity
[C] ( UK also fancy-dress costume) a set of clothes worn in order to look like someone or something else, especially for a party or as part of an entertainment
(尤指派對或娛樂活動中穿的)化裝服
Our host was wearing a clown costume.
我們的主人穿著小丑服。
The children were dressed in halloween costumes.
孩子們都是萬聖節打扮。
Clothes worn for a particular job or activity
(Definition of costume from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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