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Meaning of “dressing gown” - Learner’s Dictionary

dressing gown

noun [C]
 
mainly UK ( US robe)
a piece of clothing, like a long coat, that you wear at home when you are not dressedNightwear
Translations of “dressing gown”
in Korean 실내복, 가운…
in Arabic روب, دِثار…
in Portuguese penhoar, robe…
in Catalan bata…
in Japanese (寝巻きの上に着る)ガウン…
in Italian vestaglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (室內穿的長而寬鬆的)晨衣,浴袍…
in Russian халат…
in Turkish sabahlık, robdöşambır…
in Chinese (Simplified) (室内穿的长而宽松的)晨衣,浴袍…
in Polish szlafrok…
(Definition of dressing gown from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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