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wardrobe

[ wawr-drohb ]
/ ˈwɔr droʊb /
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noun
verb (used with object), ward·robed, ward·rob·ing.
to provide with a wardrobe.
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Origin of wardrobe

1250–1300; Middle English warderobe<Anglo-French. See ward (v.), robe
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British Dictionary definitions for wardrobe

wardrobe
/ (ˈwɔːdrəʊb) /

noun
a tall closet or cupboard, with a rail or hooks on which to hang clothes
the total collection of articles of clothing belonging to one person
the collection of costumes belonging to a theatre or theatrical company

Word Origin for wardrobe

C14: from Old Northern French warderobe, from warder to guard + robe robe
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