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Meaning of “tuxedo” - Learner’s Dictionary

tuxedo

noun [C]     /tʌkˈsiːdəʊ/
US a black or white suit that a man wears on a very formal occasionCoats, jackets and cloaks
( also UK dinner jacket) a black or white jacket that a man wears on a very formal occasionCoats, jackets and cloaks
Translations of “tuxedo”
in Arabic بَدلة السهرة…
in Korean 디너 재킷…
in Malaysian tuksedo…
in Turkish smokin…
in Italian smoking…
in Chinese (Traditional) (指男式)晚禮服…
in Russian смокинг…
in Polish smoking…
in Vietnamese áo vét tuxedo, bộ vét tuxedo…
in Spanish Esmoquin…
in Portuguese smoking…
in Thai เสื้อทักซิโด้, ชุดทักซิโด้…
in Catalan vestit d’etiqueta, esmòquing…
in Japanese タキシード…
in Indonesian tuksedo, jas, setelan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (指男式)晚礼服…
(Definition of tuxedo from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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