dinner suit

n. ディナースーツ

English-Japanese new dictionary. 2007.

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  • dinner suit — /ˈdɪnə sut/ (say dinuh sooht) noun a man s suit for formal evening wear, usually black and consisting of a dinner jacket and matching trousers. Compare dress suit …   Australian English dictionary

  • dinner suit — noun, pl ⋯ suits [count] Brit : ↑tuxedo …   Useful english dictionary

  • Suit (clothing) — Western dress codes Formal wear Formal Semi formal Informal (including lounge suits) Smart casual Business casual Casual Active attire …   Wikipedia

  • Suit (history) — The man s suit of clothes is a set of garments which are crafted from the same cloth. This article discusses the history of the lounge suit, often called a business suit when made in dark colours and of conservative cut.Our current styles were… …   Wikipedia

  • dinner — noun 1 main meal of the day ADJECTIVE ▪ delicious, excellent, good, gourmet (esp. AmE), slap up (BrE, informal), sumptuous ▪ We were treated to an excellent dinner with every kind of seafood imaginable …   Collocations dictionary

  • suit — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. petition, appeal, prayer; courtship, wooing; suite, retinue, train; outfit, set, group, sequence; lawsuit, action, litigation. See request, endearment, clothing, continuity, class. v. t. satisfy,… …   English dictionary for students

  • suit — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 set of clothes ADJECTIVE ▪ designer, elegant, immaculate, smart (esp. BrE), well cut (esp. BrE), well tailored (esp. AmE) ▪ ill fitting …   Collocations dictionary

  • Monkey suit — dinner suit …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Penguin suit — dinner suit …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Turkey Dinner — Infobox Dad s Army episode number episode name=066 Turkey Dinner script=Jimmy Perry and David Croft director=David Croft producer=David Croft recorded=Sunday 10/11/74 original transmission=Monday 23/12/74 8.00pm series=Seven length=30 minutes… …   Wikipedia

  • monkey suit — Australian Slang dinner suit …   English dialects glossary

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