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evening dressnoun [C]

 us   /ˈiv·nɪŋ ˌdres/ (also evening gown,  /ˈiv·nɪŋ ˌdres/ )
a dress ​worn to ​formal evening ​parties and ​events
(Definition of evening dress from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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evening dressnoun

uk   us  
[U] specialclothingworn for ​formalevents, such as ​specialeveningmeals: The ​invitation says to ​weareveningdress. [C] a ​longdressworn by a woman to a ​formalparty or ​socialoccasion
(Definition of evening dress from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “evening dress”
in Chinese (Simplified) 晚礼服, 女士晚礼服…
in Chinese (Traditional) 晚禮服, 女士晚禮服…
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