outfit

[ out-fit ]
/ ˈaʊtˌfɪt /

noun

verb (used with object), out·fit·ted, out·fit·ting.

to furnish with an outfit, equipment, etc.; fit out; equip: to outfit an expedition to the South Pole.
Nautical. to finish equipping (a vessel) at a dock.

verb (used without object), out·fit·ted, out·fit·ting.

to furnish oneself with an outfit.

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Origin of outfit

First recorded in 1755–65; out- + fit1

OTHER WORDS FROM outfit

out·fit·ter, nounpre·out·fit, verb (used with object), pre·out·fit·ted, pre·out·fit·ting.re·out·fit, verb (used with object), re·out·fit·ted, re·out·fit·ting.
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British Dictionary definitions for outfitter (1 of 2)

outfitter
/ (ˈaʊtˌfɪtə) /

noun mainly British

a shop that sells men's clothes
a person who provides outfits

British Dictionary definitions for outfitter (2 of 2)

outfit
/ (ˈaʊtˌfɪt) /

noun

a set of articles or equipment for a particular task, occupation, etc
a set of clothes, esp a carefully selected one
informal any group or association regarded as a cohesive unit, such as a military company, business house, etc
the act of fitting out
Canadian (formerly) the annual shipment of trading goods and supplies sent by a fur company to its trading posts

verb -fits, -fitting or -fitted

to furnish or be furnished with an outfit, equipment, etc
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