English - Vietnamese Dictionary
wardrobes'wɔrdrəʊb /'wɔː-Thesaurus Dictionary
+a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes
+collection of clothing belonging to one person
+collection of costumes belonging to a theatrical company
Advanced English Dictionary
1 (collection or stock of) clothing or clothes or attire or apparel:
At the time, my entire wardrobe consisted of a pair of jeans, a shirt, and a dinner suit.
2 clothes-press, closet, clothes-cupboard:
In her wardrobe they found more than three thousand pairs of shoes.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 a large cupboard for hanging clothes in which is either a piece of furniture or (in British English) built into the wall: a fitted wardrobe
2 [usually sing.] the clothes that a person has: everything you need for your winter / summer wardrobe
3 [usually sing.] the department in a theatre or television company that takes care of the clothes that actors wear
1 large cupboard for clothes
built-in, fitted | double | walk-in
VERB + WARDROBE
open | close
WARDROBE + NOUN
in a/the ~
She hung the dress up in the wardrobe.
2 sb's collection of clothes
new | extensive | autumn, spring, etc.
VERB + WARDROBE
have | buy
I want to buy a whole new summer wardrobe.
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