Definition of dress down in English:

dress down

Dress informally: Sue dressed down in old jeans and a white blouse
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  • The same juvenile impulse that once inspired liberals to dress down as slobs now inspires them to assume the role of high school snobs.
  • Shooting one scene involved Terri - a girl whose idea of dressing down is four-inch heels and a plunging neckline - taking a tottering walk down the street.
  • Even if more companies are dressing down, I prefer to savour some things for my days off.
dress informally, dress casually
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