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Translation of "dress" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

dress

noun     /dres/
[C] a piece of clothing for women or girls which covers the top half of the body and hangs down over the legs 連衣裙 a long/short dress 長/短裙 a wedding dress 婚紗 Clothes which cover most of the body
[U] used, especially in combination, to refer to clothes of a particular type, especially those worn in particular situations (尤指適用於某種場合的)服裝 The queen, in full ceremonial dress, presided over the ceremony. 女王身著禮服盛裝主持儀式。 Clothing - general words
(Definition of dress noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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