Kimono ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Kimono ( noun )

  1. A traditional Japanese garment worn by men, women and children, consisting of a long, wide-sleeved robe that is wrapped around the body and fastened with a sash.
  2. A robe or dressing gown worn by men and women in Western countries.

Origin:

From the japanese word kimono, which means "thing to wear".

Examples:

  1. She was wearing a beautiful silk kimono.
  2. The kimono is a traditional garment that is still worn today for special occasions.
  3. He was wearing a kimono and sandals.
  4. The kimono is often worn with an obi, or sash, and other traditional accessories.
  5. The kimono is a symbol of Japanese culture and tradition.

(As a verb)

Kimono ( verb )

  1. A traditional Japanese garment worn by men, women and children, consisting of a long, wide-sleeved robe that is wrapped around the body and fastened with a sash.
  2. A robe or dressing gown worn by men and women in Western countries.

Origin:

From the japanese word kimono, which means "thing to wear".

Examples:

  1. She was wearing a beautiful silk kimono.
  2. The kimono is a traditional garment that is still worn today for special occasions.
  3. He was wearing a kimono and sandals.
  4. The kimono is often worn with an obi, or sash, and other traditional accessories.
  5. The kimono is a symbol of Japanese culture and tradition.
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