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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes, Trade
ready-to-wearˌready-to-ˈwear adjective old-fashioned  DCCBBTready-to-wear clothes are made in standard sizes, not made specially to fit one person opp made-to-measure
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ready-to-wearHowever, Barbara would be the first one to admit she is a novice at choosing ready-to-wear.Lacroix now plans to show his ready-to-wear collection from showrooms saving Arnault up to £150,000 - the cost of a catwalk extravaganza.
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