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Etymology

From Old French warderobe, a northern variant of garderobe, from garder ‘to keep safe’ + robe.

Noun

Singular
wardrobe

Plural
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  1. A cabinet in which clothes may be stored.
  2. The department (or people working in that department) that obtains and stores articles of clothing for use in theatrical or motion picture productions.
  3. A collection of clothing.

Synonyms

  • (the piece of furniture) cupboard, closet (US), press
  • (the clothing department) costume department

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