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belt

belt

/ˈbɛɫt/
noun
a band of leather, cloth, etc. that we usually wear around our waist to hold the clothes in place or for decoration
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Or I'm taking my belt to your back!' '

The six minutes begin when the marshmallows hit the production belt.

There's already a thin layer of colored sugar on the belt.

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button

button

/ˈbətən/
noun
a small, round object, usually made of plastic or metal, sewn onto a piece of clothing and used for fastening two parts together
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He finds 'Mum' on the phone, and presses the button. '

Alert battery, Seeing AI, close button, two people can be detected.

Close, take picture, button, one face you're right next to, one face

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clothing

clothing

/ˈkɫoʊðɪŋ/
noun
the clothes that we wear; clothes collectively
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Then in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic closed down clothing factories in China.

Similarly, contemporary cultures today employ many common items, including clothing, as symbols of social status.

The academic cap and gown is one example of symbolic clothing.

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designer

designer

/dɪˈzaɪnɝ/
noun
a person who designs clothes as a job
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Beeple's day job is as a graphic designer, with clients like Louis Vuitton, Nike, and Apple.

When she's not at the cart, she's working as a seamstress for a vintage textile designer.

It was designed by Academy Award-winning costume designer Eiko Ishioka.

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to fit

to fit

/ˈfɪt/
verb
to be of the right size or shape for someone
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It could be molded to fit individual mouths, and it could securely hold artificial teeth.

This bionic arm is suspended from a plastic framework that fits around Jesse's upper body.

"It doesn't fit my aesthetic."

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handbag

handbag

/ˈhændˌbæɡ/
noun
a purse; a small bag in which a woman carries her money and other personal things
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He stole handbags from women, or things from shops, and he took wallets from men's pockets.

That handbag isn't a more functional bag, but customers still value it more.

These people will stuff watches, a wallet, inside a handbag.

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purse

purse

/ˈpɝs/
noun
a small bag in which a woman carries her personal items
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Louisa blushed, and took a ten pound note from her purse. '

One day, the tall lady leaves her purse in the shop.

"Here is your purse," Alissa says.

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jewelry

jewelry

/ˈdʒuəɫɹi/, /ˈdʒuɫɝi/, /ˈdʒuɫɹi/
noun
objects such as necklaces, bracelets or rings, typically made from precious metals (gold, silver, etc.) that we wear as decoration
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Narrator: Even in the high-end world of jewelry, Cuban link chains are a symbol of luxury.

And if you have jewelry, you have a Miami Cuban link chain.

It's when you see a beautiful piece of metal end up as a beautiful piece of jewelry.

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uniform

uniform

/ˈjunəˌfɔɹm/
noun
the special set of clothes that all members of an organization or a group wear at work, or children wear at a particular school
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A uniform is one way whereby the workers can be easily identified by others.

A uniform identifies the occupation and status of many workers.

A uniform, however, serves two important purposes.

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trainer

trainer

/ˈtɹeɪnɝ/
noun
someone who teaches people or animals to perform better at a particular job or skill
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His trainer, Angelo Manzoli, said his career is ruined.

His duties include spiritual guide, counselor, pal, nutrition advisor, trainer, and massage therapist.

[INTRO] OK, I’m not a licensed dog-trainer - do they license dog trainers?

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baggy

baggy

/ˈbæɡi/
adjective
(of clothes) loose and not fitting the body tightly
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There, he found a pair of baggy trousers, a bowler hat, and a cane.

You know, like, shaved head, baggy pants, baggy T-shirt.

So we got a little baggy thing here.

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chain

chain

/ˈtʃeɪn/
noun
a decorative chain (a series of connected metal rings) worn around the neck as jewelry
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National chains became international chains.

I have my chain on my door during the night hours, just in case.

And I'm so happy I have the chain on.

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costume

costume

/ˈkɑstum/, /kɑˈstum/
noun
the popular fashion including hairstyle, clothes, etc. particular to a country or class
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Suddenly, he sees some people in costumes.

Jake looks at the beautiful tall girl in her carnival costume.

So he ordered what he thought was a coyote costume for his lead animatronic.

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leather

leather

/ˈɫɛðɝ/
noun
strong material made from animal skin and used for making clothes, bags, shoes, etc.
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A shoe factory, for example, once needed many workers to cut leather and sew the pieces together.

It's like a leather case.

It's a vegan leather case, because Matt and Nat is a vegan brand.

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material

material

/məˈtɪɹiəɫ/
noun
cloth or fabric used to make different items of clothing
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Ships bring materials into the city.

Workers are needed to unload the materials and deliver them to factories and stores.

People often attribute such experiences to paranormal forces outside the sphere of material life.

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raincoat

raincoat

/ˈɹeɪnˌkoʊt/
noun
a long, light coat, typically with a belt, made of water-resistant fabric that keeps us dry in the rain
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This is a raincoat, it has the hot sugar castle.

It can be things like technical gear from raincoats to pants to boots.

But they’re not just for looksThey make an incredible raincoat.

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trendy

trendy

/ˈtɹɛndi/
adjective
influenced by the latest styles; most fashionable
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Avocado has become one of the world's trendiest foods.

And now it's closing hundreds of stores as its clothes become more interchangeable with cheap rather than trendy.

Checking out on a sleek Apple product became trendier in many ways than using a standard card reader.

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to unfasten

to unfasten

/ʌnfˈæsən/
verb
to undo or untie; to make something become loose or open

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bathrobe

bathrobe

/ˈbæˌθɹoʊb/
noun
a piece of clothing that is made of toweling, worn after or before taking a shower
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I thought you were calling me "bathrobes."

Yeah, he's in a bathrobe, he's eating a lobster.

You are the bathrobe person in that coffee commercial.

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cardigan

cardigan

/ˈkɑɹdɪɡən/
noun
a woolen jacket with buttons or a zipper at the front
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Other fibers from the dead teenagers clothing were allegedly found on a multicolored cardigan.

He was wearing a light yellow cardigan sweater.

But it is a cardigan, or as I call it, a cardi G. -A Cardi...

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collection

collection

/kəˈɫɛkʃən/
noun
a series of new clothes designed by a fashion house for sale
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He wanted to add the items to his collection.

Google has huge data collections that it uses to improve its searches and select ads.

And then, here is the fall/winter capsule collection.

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fabric

fabric

/ˈfæbɹɪk/
noun
cloth that is made by weaving cotton yarn, silk, etc., which is used in making clothes
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It was just so woven into the fabric of the culture of America.

Our fabric has multiple layers.

Kappler-Roberts: We are developing the fabrics, engineering in the protective properties into those fabrics.

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lace

lace

/ˈɫeɪs/
noun
a delicate cotton or silky cloth with a pattern of holes
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Here's your piece of lace.

And you don't even have to look closely to see the model's dark hair through the lace.

The problem is, I don't actually know how to wear a lace front wig.

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tight

tight

/ˈtaɪt/
adjective
(of clothes or shoes) fitting closely or firmly, especially in an uncomfortable way
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So, I don't like wearing tight clothing anymore.

It's tight, it's slack.

Female plebes can wear their hair in a tight bun.

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loose

loose

/ˈɫus/
adjective
not tight; not fitting tightly or closely
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"Do you see that person with the loose pants and long hair?

And, you know, it's really loose and it's easy to get on.

I really regret buying a loose powder because I've always had this issue.

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outfit

outfit

/ˈaʊtˌfɪt/
noun
a set of clothes that one wears together, especially for an event or occasion
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What is your favourite winter outfit?

It's a Pikachu with an outfit on.

But it will probably include a killer outfit.

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stylish

stylish

/ˈstaɪɫɪʃ/
adjective
attractive in a way that is fashionable and elegant
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There were in-flight massages and stylish airport lounges for passengers that looked like something out of a design magazine.

So if you want this stylish tribute, be sure to place your order before February 1st!

And I was very stylish at that time.

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striped

striped

/ˈstɹaɪpt/
adjective
having a pattern of lines or stripes
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Cleaner wrasse are small, striped fish found in coral reefs.

It was, appropriately, one that depicted him in the striped outfit of a convict.

Inmates are forced to wear striped prison garb</i> <i> and pink underwear.</i>

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vest

vest

/ˈvɛst/
noun
a sleeveless piece of clothing that is worn under a jacket and over a shirt
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So I made this jacket, a few bucket hats, a pair of pants, a vest.

He's just wearing a yellow vest.

" You don't even have to wear that vest.

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wardrobe

wardrobe

/ˈwɔɹˌdɹoʊb/
noun
all of the clothes that someone owns
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If you'd rather update your wardrobe, have a look at our beanies or t-shirts.

So that's the other reason why this wardrobe was really important for the scene.

Now let's take a look back at that wardrobe scene in "The Conjuring.

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