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full dress

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
full dressˌfull ˈdress noun [uncountable]  DCCspecial clothes worn for official occasions officers in full dress uniform
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full dressThe first full dress rehearsal occurred on July 10 and 637 aircraft took part, a few less than on the actual event.Against the walls sat row behind row of chiefs, in all the glory of full dress.Perhaps this was his idea of full dress for a ceremonial occasion.
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