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fancy dressnoun [U]

uk   us   UK (US costume)
the ​specialclothes that you ​wear for a ​party where everyone ​dresses as a ​particulartype of ​character or thing: a fancy-dress party I ​thought he was infancydress.
(Definition of fancy dress from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fancy dress”
in Arabic ثَوْب تَنَكُّري…
in Korean 파티에서 변장하기 위해 입는 옷…
in Portuguese fantasia…
in Catalan disfressa…
in Japanese 仮装用の服…
in Chinese (Simplified) 化装舞会服…
in Turkish karnaval kıyafeti, balo elbisesi…
in Russian маскарадный костюм…
in Chinese (Traditional) 化裝舞會服…
in Italian costume (maschera)…
in Polish kostium…
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