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menswearnoun [U]

 us   /ˈmenzˌweər/
clothing for men: designer menswear
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menswearnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈmenzweər/ COMMERCE
used in ​stores, ​advertising, etc. to refer to clothes for men: The ​chiefexecutive of the ​chain said that the menswear ​market remained ​highlycompetitive. Investors ​reactedpositively to ​news that the high-street ​retailer was ​launching a new menswear ​range in September.
the ​department in a large ​store that ​sells men's ​clothing
(Definition of menswear from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “menswear”
in Chinese (Simplified) 男装, (商场的)男装部…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男裝, (商場的)男裝部…
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