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English definition of “dress-down Friday”

dress-down Friday

noun [C]
 
 
( also casual Friday) WORKPLACE
in some organizations, a day when employees can wear more informal clothes: In the US, where dress-down Fridays have been common for years, bosses noted that productivity rose with the relaxed atmosphere.
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