1 gear, rig, equipment, equipage, apparatus, accoutrements or US also accouterments, paraphernalia, trappings, tackle, tack, utensils:
His mountain-climbing outfit turned out to be extremely expensive.
2 clothes, costume, ensemble; attire, garb, clothing, dress; Colloq get-up, togs:
She was wearing a very weird outfit that attracted a lot of stares.
3 firm, concern, business, organization, company, (military) unit, corporation; party, set, group; Colloq set-up:
I joined the outfit when it consisted of only a hundred people.
4 fit (out or up), equip, kit out, provision, stock, accoutre or US also accouter, rig (out or up), supply, furnish:
The shop is prepared to outfit anyone for anything from a walk in the country to an African safari or an Arctic expedition.
1 set of clothes worn together
complete | new | summer, winter | interview, party, wedding, etc. | clown, cowboy, etc.
in a/the ~
He looked very smart in his new outfit.
2 organization/company, etc.
large | small | professional | cowboy, dodgy | computer, publishing, etc.
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