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attire

noun [U]  /əˈtɑɪər/ us  
clothes, esp. of a particular type: business/formal attire
attired
adjective [not gradable]  /əˈtɑɪərd/ us  
She was tastefully attired in a simple black dress.
Translations of “attire”
in Spanish atavío, traje…
in French habillement…
in German die Kleidung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指特定樣式或正式的)服裝,衣著…
in Russian облачение…
in Turkish giysi, kıyafet, elbise…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指特定样式或正式的)服装,衣着…
in Polish strój, odzienie…
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