01. Kelly bought herself a nice, new [outfit] to wear on the first day at her new job.02. He and his brother [outfitted] their parents' garage as a little service station where they could fix people's cars.03. The expedition is being [outfitted] with everything it needs by a company that makes mountain-climbing equipment.04. The dancers had on bright silver and gold [outfits] that barely covered their beautiful, young bodies.05. All the classrooms are [outfitted] with televisions, CD players and DVD players.06. Emily looked pretty good in her cheerleader [outfit] at the basketball game today.07. Kent went to the Halloween party wearing a cowboy [outfit].08. The firefighter showed us his entire [outfit], complete with oxygen mask, helmet, boots, and everything.09. The kids are always excited at the start of the school year because they get [outfitted] in all new clothes.10. Our [outfit] is responsible for helping to oversee voting procedures in the country's first democratic elections.11. She wore a beautiful pink [outfit] to the party.12. We picked up a cute little Mickey Mouse [outfit] for my nephew's birthday.13. Gordon only took the cooking course at school because he wanted to wear a cook's [outfit].14. An [outfit] by the name of Jaish-e-Mohammad Mujahideen E-Tanzeem has been banned by the Indian government under provisions of the Prevention of Terrorism Act.
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Outfit — bezeichnet: einen Anglizismus für Kleidung amerikanischer Slang für Truppe als Kurzform „(The) Outfit“ für das Chicago Outfit, den US amerikanischen „La Cosa Nostra“ Clan in Chicago eine Studie des Spiegel Verlags als Film: The Outfit (1973); mit … Deutsch Wikipedia
outfit — [out′fit΄] n. 1. a) a set of articles for fitting out, or equipping b) the equipment used in any craft or activity; paraphernalia [a mason s outfit, camping outfit ] ☆ 2. articles of clothing worn together; ensemble [a fall outfit ] ☆ 3. a group… … English World dictionary
Outfit — Out fit, n. 1. A fitting out, or equipment, as of a ship for a voyage, or of a person for an expedition in an unoccupied region or residence in a foreign land; the expense of, or allowance made for, equipment, as by the government of the United… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
outfit — [n1] set of clothes or equipment accoutrements, apparatus, appliances, clothing, costume, ensemble, garb, gear, get up*, guise, kit, machinery, materiel, outlay, paraphernalia, provisions, rig, rigging, suit, supplies, tackle, togs, trappings*,… … New thesaurus
outfit# — outfit n *equipment, apparatus, paraphernalia, tackle, machinery, gear, matériel outfit vb *furnish, equip, appoint, accouter, arm … New Dictionary of Synonyms
Outfit — Outfit: Das im Sinne von »Kleidung, Ausrüstung« verwendete Fremdwort ist seit der 2. Hälfte des 20. Jh.s im Deutschen belegt. Das gleichbed. engl. Substantiv outfit, von dem es übernommen wurde, ist eine Ableitung des engl. Verbs to fit out… … Das Herkunftswörterbuch
outfit — ► NOUN 1) a set of clothes worn together. 2) informal a group of people undertaking a particular activity together. ► VERB (outfitted, outfitting) (usu. be outfitted) ▪ provide with an outfit of clothes … English terms dictionary
outfit — index assemblage, band, clothe, furnish, supply Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
outfit — (n.) 1769, act of fitting out (a ship, etc.) for an expedition, from OUT (Cf. out) + FIT (Cf. fit) (v.). Sense of articles and equipment required for an expedition first attested 1787, Amer.Eng.; meaning a person s clothes is first recorded 1852; … Etymology dictionary
outfit — (izg. àutfīt) m DEFINICIJA odjeća koja se nosi u nekoj određenoj prilici ETIMOLOGIJA engl … Hrvatski jezični portal
outfit — The verb has inflected forms outfitted, oufitting, and a derivative form outfitter, in both BrE and AmE … Modern English usage