(As a noun)
Apparel ( noun )
- Clothes, especially of a particular type or for a particular occasion.
- An outfit worn by a person.
Middle english: from old french aparail, from apareillier "make ready", based on latin parare "make ready".
- The store specializes in outdoor apparel.
- The bride's apparel was a beautiful white gown.
- The fashion show featured the latest in casual apparel.
- The apparel was made from high-quality materials.
- The apparel was designed to be both functional and stylish.
(As a verb)
Apparel ( verb )
Provide (someone) with clothes.
Middle english: from old french aparailer, from aparail, from apareillier "make ready", based on latin parare "make ready".
- The company apparel its employees with uniforms.
- The organization apparel the poor with warm clothes.
- The store apparel the bride with a beautiful white gown.
- The fashion designer apparel the models with the latest collections.
- The company apparel its workers with safety gear.
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