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EtymologyEdit

out +‎ fit

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NounEdit

outfit (plural outfits)

  1. A set of clothing (with accessories).
    She wore a fashionable outfit with matching purse and shoes.
  2. Gear consisting of a set of articles or tools for a specified purpose.
  3. Any cohesive group of people; a unit; such as a military company.
  4. (informal) A business or firm.
    Should we buy it here, or do you think the outfit across town will have a better deal?
  5. (sports) A sports team.
    • 2011 October 20, Jamie Lillywhite, “Tottenham 1 - 0 Rubin Kazan”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      With only two fit centre-backs available, Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp employed young midfielder Jake Livermore at the back alongside Sebastien Bassong but Spurs struggled against a seasoned Champions League outfit, who beat Barcelona at the Nou Camp in 2009-10 and continually worked their way between the home defence to create some golden opportunities.
  6. (statistics) An outlier-sensitive fit.

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outfit (third-person singular simple present outfits, present participle outfitting, simple past and past participle outfitted)

  1. (transitive) To provide with, usually for a specific purpose.
    The expedition was outfitted with proper clothing, food, and other necessities.

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EtymologyEdit

From English outfit.

NounEdit

outfit m (Cyrillic spelling оутфит)

  1. (Croatia, Bosnia) outfit

ReferencesEdit

  • outfit” in Hrvatski jezični portal

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NounEdit

outfit m (plural outfits)

  1. outfit (clothing)