Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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dress circle the first tier of seats above the ground floor in an opera house, theater, or the like.
dress code a set of rules defining acceptable clothing and appearance for a particular place, occasion, or group.
dress parade a formal parade of military troops in dress uniform.
dress rehearsal a full and uninterrupted rehearsal of a production that includes costumes, scenery, orchestra, and the like, usu. the last rehearsal before performance.
dress suit a man's formal evening attire.
dress uniform a military uniform worn only on formal occasions.
dress up to dress in formal or fancy clothes.
dressing gown a robe worn while relaxing or before becoming fully dressed.
dressing room a room for one or more persons in which to dress, put on makeup, and the like, esp. in a theater or a film or television studio.
dressing table a stand or table, usu. with a mirror on or hung above it, at which one sits chiefly to apply makeup.
dressing-down a severe scolding.
evening dress formal or semiformal clothing worn in the evening. (Cf. morning dress.)
fancy dress a masquerade costume, esp. one that represents a particular period or class of person.
French dressing in the United States, a bright orange, creamy salad dressing that is made commercially. [2 definitions]
full dress a set or style of clothes customarily worn for formal or ceremonial occasions, usu. including black tailcoats for men and long dresses for women.
morning dress formal daytime clothes for men, including a cutaway coat.
re-dress to dress or clothe once more; dress over again.
Russian dressing a salad dressing made of mayonnaise mixed with chili sauce, chopped pickles, and pimentos.
salad dressing a combination of oil, vinegar, and spices or other ingredients, used as a sauce for salads.
Thousand Island dressing a salad dressing of mayonnaise mixed with chili sauce, sweet pickle relish, or the like, giving it a speckled appearance.