Definition of garment in English:

garment

Syllabification: gar·ment
Pronunciation: /ˈɡärmənt
 
/

noun

An item of clothing.
More example sentences
  • Junior clothing offers a wallop of trendy style but the garments are cut small for a junior figure.
  • He and his wife both work in a factory producing garments for a UK clothing shop.
  • All the dresses and garments were well made, but I just can't see the theme of this collection.
Synonyms
item of clothing, article of clothing
informal getup
(garments)clothes, clothing, dress, garb, outfit, costume, attire
informal gear, togs, duds, threads
formal apparel

Origin

Middle English: from Old French garnement 'equipment', from garnir 'equip' (see garnish).

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