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ready-to-wearadjective

uk   /ˌred.i.təˈweər/  us   /ˌred.i.təˈwer/
(of ​clothes) ​produced in ​standardsizes and not made to ​fit a ​particularperson: ready-to-wear ​suits
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ready-to-wearadjective

uk   us  
used to describe clothes that are ​produced in ​standardsizes, and not ones that are made to ​fit a particular ​person: ready-to-wear ​fashion a ready-to-wear ​collection
(Definition of ready-to-wear from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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