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wardrobe 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈwôrˌdrōb/,
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wardrobes, plural;
  1. A large, tall cabinet in which clothes may be hung or stored

  2. A person's entire collection of clothes
    • - her wardrobe is extensive
  3. The costume department or costumes of a theater or movie company
    • - a wardrobe assistant
  4. A department of a royal or noble household in charge of clothing


  1. a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes
  2. collection of clothing belonging to one person
  3. A wardrobe, also known as an armoire from the French, is a standing closet used for storing clothes. ...
  4. A wardrobe usually refers to a complete set of clothing consisting of multiple items. Generally referring to the males clothing needs. A wardrobe will usually consist of suits, slacks, shirts and shoes both casual and formal. ...
  5. The wardrobe, along with the chamber, made up the personal part of medieval English government known as the king's household. Its chief officer went under the title of Master or Keeper of the Great Wardrobe. ...
  6. Wardrobing is the practice of purchasing an item, using it, and then returning it to the store for a refund. It is most often done with expensive clothing - hence the name - but the practice is also common with tools, electronics, and even computers.
  7. A cabinet in which clothes may be stored; The department (or people working in that department) that obtains and stores articles of clothing for use in theatrical or motion picture productions; A collection of clothing
  8. (Wardrobes) Cardboard closets, dust proof, in which clothing hangs as in a closet.
  9. (Wardrobes) If you don’t have the closet space, we can create a wardrobe with hanging rods, drawers and shelves. You solve your storage problem economically and gain an attractive piece of furniture tailored to your specific needs.
  10. (Wardrobes) Modern and stylish while being highly functional are the requirements for Lodging Concepts’ wardrobes. Each wardrobe includes an extra
  11. To dream of your wardrobe, denotes that your fortune will be endangered by your attempts to appear richer than you are. If you imagine you have a scant wardrobe, you will seek association with strangers.
  12. free-standing or built-in cabinet designed specifically to house clothing with hooks or rods
  13. The collection of clothes that you own that can be an asset to you as a model..
  14. Big wooden cupboard either for hanging clothes in or else with shelves or drawers for putting them in. It usually stood in a bedroom.
  15. All costumes furnished and carried by a circus.
  16. A large bedroom piece with a spacious cabinet for hanging clothes and drawers for clothing and jewelry storage; also called an armoire.
  17. a large movable or built-in cupboard with rails, shelves, hooks, etc, for storing clothes; i.e. a clothes closet.
  18. The clothing a performer wears on camera
  19. General name for the costume department, its staff, and the accommodation they occupy.
  20. (Furniture) Developed from the oak cupboard or press during the eighteenth century. Early wardrobes are not usually made with doors the full height, but have a hanging section above a tier (or tiers) of drawers. ...
  21. (in  Wardrobe (English government))
  22. Your agent will inform you of what you need to bring. i.e  a strapless nude bra, black belt and shoes, sandals, hair accessories, etc.
  23. A tall upright cabinet with a door or doors. Designed for storing clothing. Find a
  24. Either the person who handles your wardrobe, or your wardrobe for the role you play.  It’s usually hung in the closet of your dressing room before you arrive, ready for you.
  25. costumes, or the people responsible for them.